BY TEAM JST
Our team brings you daily fun photos from around the world, oh! Help us finish this sentence, “only when jetsetting…”
Only when jetsetting…are the three cowboys you can’t take your eyes off of under the age of five (photo taken by Lena Kazer in Huancayo, Peru.)
5. Peruvian population is multiethnic, including: Amerindians, Europeans, Africans, Asians.
4. Some fabulous essentials are from Peru: tomatoes, potatoes, lima beans, coffee, and the amazingly delicious Piso Sour!
3. Incans used to put peanuts in caskets to help in the afterlife
2. The word Peru is from Birú, name of a ruler who lived near Panama in the early 16th century.
1. Incans weren’t considered married unless they exchanged sandals.
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