Day 2- Part 1- School

We drove two hours to  the  town of  Urubaba were we went to  a local market to purchase produce to make a lunch for a elementary  school. Tyler and Julie used their Spanish to communicate how may apples, bananas etc. we would need for breakfast.  Arriving at the school, we were greeted by children with big smiles. Many of them walked several miles to attend school.     All of the 30  children were all taught elementary school  in one room with a single teacher. They taught 1st to 5th grade together.  They were very gracious and happy to have a meal at lunch as many of them travel back to their homes after school to  have anything to eat or drink.   After lunch, we traveled to another Inca ruin.


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