Today I learned: - the trilogy of the Incas were the snake, condor, and puma. The core part of the city is designed like a puma - Cusco is the colonial name, the original was Qosqo from the native Quechua language - Inca means king but refers to the Quechua/Andean people. There were roughly 15 Inkas - Quecha is a language where a lot of its words are onomatopoeias (Qosqo is based on the sound when walking in the mud at the time) - Cusco is historically important as the capital and epicentre of the Inka empire which lasted 500-ish yrs - the Spanish brought guitars but the Andeans weren't allowed to play them (or they'd be killed) so they invented their own smaller versions to hide - They were great and smart with their architecture which the Spanish mostly tore down. They were also generally smart - the architecture wasn't based on any other groups and neither was their civilization, they just fio'd - don't forget you can rent hiking gear including boots - only ask for 1 lady and 1 alpaca in your picture otherwise you have to pay both of them for their time And a few other things I've now forgotten 💃🏽
When you follow your bliss... doors will open where you would not have thought there would be doors; and where there wouldn’t be a door for anyone else. - Joseph Campbell #cusco#peru 🚪#quoteoftheday 🚪 🚪#doors 🚪 🚪#strikeapose
Hola! Soy demasiado hipócrita. Tengo varios pensamientos y luchas que ni yo misma puedo mantener, exijo igual que ni yo misma doy. Lucho por los derechos que ni yo misma respeto. Cada punto de vista es erróneo, estoy confundida. En estoy precisos momentos estoy sin pensamiento propio, quiero escribir un libro. Adiós.