Incan traditions a vital thread of Peru's rich tapestry

Michael Turtle
Updated June 1 2024 - 12:49pm, first published 5:30am

The weaving is women's work. With their red and white hats, braided black hair, red vests, and intricately patterned dark skirts, they sit on the grass and work. Alpacas watch on with casual curiosity.

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Michael Turtle

Michael Turtle

Travel writer

Michael Turtle is an Australian journalist who left his job in television to travel the world forever. He'll show you how to find the lesser-known places, get involved in the culture, learn the history, and meet locals along the way.

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