What should I include in my peru project?
I'm working on a project of peru but I don't know what to include I talked about the incas tourist atractions music and stuff but what else ? could i put in it to make it more interesting
- 1 decade agoFavorite Answer
Machu Picchu! :) its amazing! all the crafts! their national language is Quechua!!!! There are a lot of amazing things! They eat guinea pig they call it "cuy"! It is tough meat, but it is actually pretty good! :) They also eat alpaca & llamas :) I didn't like that as well!Source(s): I was there 2 months or so! :)
- AllieteLv 61 decade ago
I'm peruvian. Here are some tips about Peru that maybe not too much people know and are interesting.
Peru is a great exporter of cotton , its cotton is known as Pima and is recognise to be one of the best in the world.
Peru has three main regions: The coast that is along the Pacific ocean, the highlands that is were the Coordillera de los Andes is and it runs all along Peru, and the jungle, a very tropical area with temperatures reaching above 40 degrees in summer time.
The weather: in Lima is humid and most of the time in winter the sky is cloudy and greyish. Along the coast to the very north is could be very hot, and to the south dry.
In the highlands is cool/dry and in many areas they have snow.
In the jungle is completely tropical.
The soil in Peru is fertile, mainly products harvested are potatoes, asparragus, a variety of citric fruits and green vegetables, grapes, sugar cane, and rice.
Peru has around 500 varieties of potatoes and is a vegetable that is always present in every dish.
Also Peru has sheep farms, lamb, alpaca, llama,poultry and cattle. Dairy is also a good source for farmers, more in the south areas.
Another source of income for many people is artesanal fishing and this is done almost along all the coast of Peru. The sea is rich in fish and seafood.
In front of the coast of Peru, in the Pacific Ocean, is the Falla de Nazca (or Nazca failure), due to energy liberated in between the plataforms of this failure, Peru is subject to earthquakes and tremors.
Hope this helps!
- 1 decade ago
You could talk about the climate...how the sun is rarely visible in Lima except for I think January and February (don't quote me on that lol!). When I was there the tour guide kept talking about how there's no water in Lima because it never rains and how it's always quite murky. You could maybe talk about how the climate and landscape varies between cities? Because it does a lot. Language/dialect changes I think too. Transport's another thing...because bus drivers over there are crazy! Buses are privately owned so they make a living by getting as many passengers on board as possible, at once.
Um, what else...they make some clothes out of Alpaca wool because it's better quality than sheep, and in the Sacred Valley they use natural plants, salt and beetles to dye the cloth.
I don't know if I'm being helpful at all...