Salcedo, home of the Childrens´ Village/Orphanage

As part of some field reconnaissance with Project Suyana, I took a day detour to Salcedo to visit an orphange.  A few minutes´ ride from the Puno, the orphange was located in an idyllic valley.  There were also some ancient carvings (pinturas rupestres) from the Tiwanaku culture that I visited in the area, and the pictures of the orphanage and the carvings are below.

A greenhouse on the grounds of the orphanage.
A outside view of the greenhouse.
A shot of the orphanage.
They rasie guinea pigs (cuys) to eat.
As Feb is the month of celebration in Peru, they obliged me to dance.
A nearby brick factory, but I´m not sure \"factory\" is the right word.
Some of the carvings from the Tiwanaku days.
Given there were human bones laying around, this area was most likely a burial site.
Yessica, the daughter of Adela (in charge of the old folks´ home), accompanied me up to the carvings.
Frollicking in the potatoes.
A greenhouse on the grounds of the orphanage.
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