Malia Obama and his visit to Peru

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Malia Obama, the eldest daughter of a few days ago considered one of the most powerful men in the world, President Barack Obama, was in transit in Peru after being in Cochabamba Bolivia where he would have volunteered for 6 weeks.

The 18-year-old girl and her friends opened to South America thanks to the program "Andes and Amazon", which is to give some facilities to young Americans to perform social work in different parts of the world, so their desire to know Peru And the wonder of the world Machu Picchu, would have led her and a group of friends to travel the Royal Cordillera of Bolivia to then reach Machu Picchu and finally meet the highest lake in the world, Titi Caca.

Malia Obama y su visita a Perú

The firstborn of the former president of the United States, he would have begun his social work in the municipality of Tiquipaya, a small town located seven miles from Cochabamba, where he met not only the botanical garden but also the imposing statue of Christ of Concord located in Hill san pedro.

"In Peru, our trip takes us around the splendid Lake Titicaca and the heart of the Inca Empire. Trekking routes take us on foot to the lost city of the Incas in Machu Picchu, while excursions through remote mountains take us to Quechua communities that live the same way as they did a century and a half ago", offers the program "Andes and Amazon ".

The eldest daughter of Barack Obama made that route and delighted with the landscapes, received the kind treatment of the indigenous communities and knew closely the trends and the contemporary problems of the Peruvian southwest.

During their stay in the highland country, Malia lived in the house of a Quechua family, which opened the doors to them, sharing with them their customs, gastronomy, festivities, beliefs and other things; In addition many of the young people who travel have time to do their study projects getting their hands dirty for it, as we mentioned before, Malia was also able to visit an organic farm where she had contact with local food production systems and traditional practices Of agriculture.

Malia Obama y su visita a Perú

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