Traveling through the Sacred Valley of Peru, we saw women weaving cloth in elaborate Andean patterns, using techniques from years and years ago. We knew there was a special Inca tradition behind this, and wanted to learn more.
We spent a few days with the locals in the village of Chinchero, and soon became good friends. We were touched by their warmth and their willingness to share all they had with us.
It’s a very special place, where you can feel the positive energy and there’s beauty in simple moments.
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