Quechua

23 Mar 19
Allegra’s Journey

On New Years Eve, as I chatted with Tony Castro about Lima, I had no idea I’d be walking in the Plaza des Armes in less than three months. I had never thought of visiting South America, but his praise of his home city inspired me and drew me to this adventure. Our visit to […]

23 Mar 19
Eng blog

Latin America is a large region extending from Mexico in the north to Argentina in the south. It’s full of diversity, culture, and traditions and is known for the hospitality and happiness of its people.Portuguese is spoken in Brazil, but Spanish is the main language in most Latin American countries. The Latin American day was […]

22 Mar 19
Stephen Quinn

Wine and mysticism merge in the impressive wines of the Argentine estate, Chakana. For publication in the week starting 25 March 2019. On a road trip to Peru Juan Pelizzatti discovered the peoples of the Andes mountains and its wild landscapes. It was soon after the Pelizzatti family had founded a wine estate in May […]

22 Mar 19
Believe The Realization Of Ewe.

By: Dr. R. W. Bernard, B.A., M.A., Ph.D. The word “Agharta” is of Buddhist origin. It refers to the Subterranean World or Empire in whose existence all true Buddhists fervently believe. They also believe that this Subterranean World has millions of inhabitants and many cities, all under the supreme domination of the subterranean world capital, […]

22 Mar 19
Go Farther Together

Meet Our Sponsor Children: Part 3 In 2017, Michael and I decided to sponsor two girls from Peru, Karen and Jimena. We have visited Peru three times to climb in the Cordillera Blanca. Peru is a beautiful country and will always have a special place in our hearts. If Michael and I ever make our […]

21 Mar 19
JRHPeru 2019

March 22, 2019 Today was the first day of the official tour. I began to meet more of my fellow travelers at breakfast. There are 33 of us, plus our travel director, Amalia. Everyone in the group, except for me, has some connection to the University of Texas or is traveling with someone who does. […]

21 Mar 19
Periódico Lea online

“Somos una provincia argentina cuya característica geo-política incluye ser una jurisdicción que posee límites fronterizos con dos países (Bolivia, Chile). Aparte reconoce la existencia de dos naciones indígenas (Quechua y Guaraní), además de un proceso étnico que se configura alrededor de la existencia de diez pueblos indígenas (Quechuas, Kollas, Atacamas, Toara, Omaguacas, Fiscara,Tilian, Guaraní, Ocloya y Toba)”, señaló Vanesa Humacata, coordinadora provincial del Pacto Social por la Educación.

21 Mar 19

📣 ABRE CONVOCATORIA DE PELÍCULAS MAY SUMAK 2019 📣 Por primera vez el Festival de Cine May Sumak abre su convocatoria para cineastas con proyectos enfocados en la lengua, cultura, y/o identidad kichwa/quechua. No hay limitación de trabajos en duración ni genero. Temáticas del pasado incluyen: “Cine Indígena: Ayer y Hoy,” “Mujer en el Cine […]

20 Mar 19
Emily’s adventures around the world 3

We drove from Cusco to Ccaccaccollo, a small village that G Adventures has supported over the years by employing men to be porters on the Inka trail and helped the local women to continue their traditional practices of textiles by selling them to the tourists. They also supply them alpacas, sewing machines, training and education. […]

20 Mar 19
Fran On The Loose

We visited a Dominican Monastery near the Plaza de Armas. (I think I’ve forgotten to tell you that it actually does mean Armory as the Spanish had weapons stored on these areas). It had a beautiful internal garden. Note that the church has only one steeple- typical of Dominican churches. Peru has 5 Catholic Saints. […]

20 Mar 19
Livinginperu.com

When traveling somewhere for the first time, it feels really nice to be completely taken care of. Here’s a list of 5 top budget Peru tours you can enjoy in 2019! 6 days on the Inca Trail – Intrepid Travel Most tourists that visit Peru want to see Machu Picchu and access the impressive site […]

19 Mar 19
820 Days of Pura Vida

On top of being a ray of sunshine of a person in general, Lesia is a Youth Development volunteer currently serving in Peru! Fun fact, Lesia and I actually met when we both participated in a summer study abroad trip (also in Peru! Que casualidad, no?) in 2014: Don’t just take my word for it, […]

19 Mar 19
TRAVEL AGENCY IN CUSCO

Rainbow Mountain or Vinicunca its striking natural beauty has been cataloged by the National Geographic magazine as “one of the 100 destinations that must travel before dying.”