The People of Peru were so cute and adorable! I loved the colorful clothing and most of them had smiles on their faces.
Lima, Peru – 2009
Although many areas I traveled through for the three weeks while visiting Peru were developing and the people poor in possession, they seemed rich in landscape, family, spirituality and attitude!
I stayed one night with this man, his wife and daughter in their home on an Island in Lake Titicaca.
His wife made the best pancakes!
Peru was so colorful!
Love her smile and hair pom poms!
I love diversity…it’s what makes the world go round!! If you haven’t been to Peru…I hope you’re able to visit the adorable people of Peru!
- Children of Peru (travelspirit333.com)
- Project Unschool Peru: A Natural Learning Retreat in the Sacred Valley (tutoringtoexcellence.blogspot.com)
- Arrival – Lima, Peru (travelpod.com)
- Goodbye Peru!!! (perezhilton.com)
- A Quick Tour of Lima, Peru with Linal (worldlyperspective.wordpress.com)
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I love how all the women wear their hair in plaits. Must have been an amazing experience staying on the floating reed islands. I went to Lake Titicaca too but saw it from the Bolivian side at Copacabana, the waters were surprisingly rough!
It was very unique! The water wasn’t rough when I was there in May.
i love the the weaving lady and the kitchen pic.:-)
I like when people tell me their favorites…it gives me an idea of their tastes and perspective! Thanks Vic!
Such colourful people… but how do they keep those little hats on their heads?…the chicken lady looks as though that hat is 10 x too small for her…
You’re funny…I’m not sure!
How wonderful colorful they are …. wonderful gallery again. Always very smiley people what i have seen from other photos.
Have a great weekend now.
Thanks and you too!!
They sure have bright clothes. I’d love to get some of that material to sew something. The people have a classical beauty about them.
Just to be ‘politically correct’, though, their clothing is traditional Peruvian garb, not a costume!
But it’s so cool you got to take such a neat trip, getting culturally diversified is good for people 🙂
Thanks and you’re right…so I changed it! Have a great weekend!! ~Sherry~
Love the color and the happy people in your post. I especially like your quote ” poor in possession, they seemed rich in landscape, family, spirituality and attitude” There is nothing more valuable than spirituality, family and attitude.
BE ENCOURAGED! BE BLESSED!
Colorful indeed! Loved the llama and the colorful people 🙂
I’m happy you enjoyed! Thanks for saying “hi”!!