Willy shares his story of Andean village life
Students shopped at the local market and helped host families prepare a meal. Stephanie’s meal included arroz chaufa…
…and a frozen cream dessert.
Renee, Luke and Sadie order lunch.
Renee, Rae Ann and Luke ride a bus to central Lima.
Anne hangs on as the Metropolitano bus squeezes in more passengers.
Celia, Josh, Seth and Nate share a laugh at the bus station.
Stuart, Nate, Hannah, and Jenae head toward the art museum.
The group prepares to visit MALI, Mueso de Arte de Lima.
Jenae takes notes about a special piece of pottery.
Hannah inspects a painting by Julia Codesido.
This pottery was Abby’s favorite.
Jonah reviews a long corridor of 19th century artwork.
Nate, Seth, Renee, and Natalie discuss the artist’s depiction of the death of Atahualpa.
Rae Ann salutes Mochica artwork from 300-500BC.
Natalie and Josh discuss the museum over lunch at the bakery.
Sarah samples Peruvian potatoes.
The group spent a morning at an urban garden on the south edge of Lima where community members grow food under the high-tension wires.
Students learn about the garden’s development.
Abby and Luke clear the plot to prepare for planting.
Josh, Brooklyn, and Jonah prepare the ground for herb seedlings.
At the urban garden, Sadie and Natalie remove snail pests.
Jonah takes plants from the nursery to the garden plot.
Willy assists gardener Marina and agriculturalist Gregoria.
Renee sows chard seeds.
Gardeners and students end their morning at the garden under the power lines.
Alicia, who lives near the garden, serves lunch of anticuchos, grilled skewers of beef heart and chicken.
In the Villa Salvador cemetery, Jenae delivers a speech about non-violent community leader Maria Elena Moyano.