After an extremely busy past month, I really want to jot down what I found so fantastic in Peru and gather some of my nicest experiences in the blog.
Volunteering in a different continent, in a country whose culture is very far from yours is an experience for life. In order to take the most of it, you need to prepare yourself well for the challenge.
I decided to collect my most remarkable moments that I have had so far in Peru, and just jot it down with some pics. So, I’ll do that from time to time, without giving to much background.
There are some pretty cool and important ancient ruins around Huanchaco. One of the coolest ruins and the biggest ancient city in South America is Chan Chan. The second site we visited was the Huacas del Sol y de la Luna.
My slogan sounds like this: “Everyday a new Peruvian dish.” And I’ve almost been able to do that so far.
Peruvian kids are incredibly cute. I have already had the opportunity to get to know many of them through the different projects I’ve been visiting and also through my own.
One of the best things in Huanchaco is the ocean. I could speak to you about it for hours, but I will let my pictures speak instead.
Huanchaco has very nice traditions to celebrate the Day of San Pedro and San Pablo, One of the big attractions was the contest of the caballitos de totora.