As our tour guide said this day ” One side is made by the Incas, and the other by the incapable”
Being in Peru, we learn a lot about the history and culture of the people and the country . The people growing up and living in Peru, see the world with different eyes, they know how important this earth is and how to treat it with respect. Even a most people here don’t have a lot, they appreciate the things they have and how to make the best out of everything. Every day here is a new adventure and I’m thankful to have this opportunity to be here and make this experience. For me it means learning everyday to see the world from different point of view .
– August is the month of the “patcha mama” what means “Mother earth” and every weekend, or sometimes during the week they celebrate the patcha mama to thank for everything they got, the food , the water, a roof above their heads just for being alive.