Samantha Balaban, Charlie Uruchima, Emily Thompson, Claudia Arteaga ima, NYUpi Odi Gonzaleswan runasimita estudianku. Kay audiopi, runasimipi qhelqasqankutataq t’ikrasqankutataq ñawinchanku.
Samantha Balaban, Charlie Uruchima, Emily Thompson y Claudia Arteaga son estudiantes del idioma Quechua. Estudian con Odi Gonzales en NYU. En este audio, ellos leen unos cuentos que han escrito en o traducido a Quechua.
Samantha Balaban, Charlie Uruchima, Emily Thompson and Claudia Arteaga are Quechua language students who study with Odi Gonzales at NYU. In this audio, they read short stories they have written in or translated into Quechua.
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Trying to stay warm in Cusco, Peru
Hey everyone! After an arduous journey (not really, but it did take 26 hours) I have arrived in Cusco with all 90 pounds of my luggage. It is cold here so I brought a lot of sweaters. And then I walked up one whole flight of stairs and couldn’t breathe. It appears I am susceptible to altitude sickness.
Anyway, I got here on May 15 and started working as the Associate Project Director for Amigos de las Americas with my Project Director Sierra and my Senior Project Supervisor Claudia. We started working immediately to prepare for the arrival of our six Project Supervisors and more than 40 volunteers. I’m planning on using the volunteers’ experiences living in rural communities as a part of my comparative research on turismo vivencial, or cultural tourism, in Peru.