The view from our front door. We live in a pretty nice neighborhood... there´s even a gate at the entrance. It´s never actually locked but at least it´s there.
Umm... I don´t know how to rotate pictures. So sorry. But this is a shot of the Centro Commerical Confraternidad, a big market about five minutes from my house. During the day this whole sidewalk is just full of people selling food and the inside is like the Cuzco equivalent to a shopping mall. I´ll have to get an indoors picture sometime.
Another market. This one is all homemade artisanal sort of things. I haven´t been inside it yet because it seems more touristy and a lot more expensive.
I´m getting better at crossing the roads but I was terrified at first. Here I need to cross seven lanes of traffic! Good thing there´s an island in the middle. Drivers in Cuzco are crazy!
This fountain reminds me of a character on an old Nickelodean show, Legends of the Hidden Temple. Anyway, it´s pretty.
The post office. I get excited when I see it because it means I´m getting close to school!
My second home in Cuzco: Maximo Nivel!
Well, there you go. That´s my walk to school, which I make at least twice a day. It´s almost like you were here with me. And if you actually WANT to be here with me, let me know. Because I would love some visitors!