When Juan Seminario Garay, the chef and owner of the La Sirena d’ Juan and newer Sirena Café Bar in Mancora, Peru, said that his fisherman was going to El Ñuro I had to go.
Twenty-three kilometers south of Mancora on the north coast of Peru, El Ñuro is a tiny artisanal fishing village with just a few hundred people. Being near the confluence of warm equatorial waters meeting the cold Humboldt Current, the diversity of fish being caught here is incredible. It’s is not far from Cabo Blanco, the fishing village that once attracted the world’s top big game fishermen, including Ernest Hemingway, who came in the 1950’s while filming the Old Man and the Sea.
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