I just could not resist capturing some of the many Faces of Peru.
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A youngster takes her lunch break while selling corn to the tourist for feeding the pigeons. Huaraz.
With supplies bought, it was time for the trek back home. Chavin.
The children take recess from their studies. Tupen Grande.
Snack time in Chavin.
At our last camp on the Rio Marañon the locals joined us for the fun.
Holding the tag line to the oxen on the shore of the Rio Marañon.
Off to move some dirt on the farm.
River transport. They made the horse swim.
Simply resting on a park bench. Huaraz.
His morning commute across the river.
Relaxing at home watching the traffic go by.
I wish I could remember what he was telling us. He did bring us oranges.
Couple sitting outside their rammed earth home. Chavin.
The horses swam, the oxen swam, we gave the natives and birds a lift.
Local on the Chavin plaza.
Another sitting outside his house watching time pass.
A penny for her thoughts. Huaraz.
Gold miner on the shore of the Rio Marañon.
His curiosity about us gringos got the best of him.
I think the little one was afraid she would eat it all.
A young and I’m assuming well to do Peruvian relaxes at the Puma Rini Amazon Lodge.
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