Category Archives: Meet the INTI Kids

Carnival in Bolivia

Carnival in Bolivia is known worldwide, especially in Oruro, which is recognised by UNESCO. Carnival lasts approximately one week, a tradition passed along from our ancestors, who gave offerings to ´Pachamama´ (Mother Earth) and to ´Tio Supay´ (the Devil). The … Continue reading

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New Year´s customs and traditions

As we all know, remembering the New Year is a true celebration for the majority of Bolivia´s population. One important New Year´s Eve tradition is to wear red underwear, hoping that you will find a new love or eternal love. … Continue reading

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A little about my life

My family history is long, but I will tell you about some moments, both sad and happy, which stand out for me. There are twelve characters in the story, six male, four female and my parents. The most admirable character … Continue reading

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Field trip with the Inti Children

Many of the children who sell the Inti magazine got a treat when they were taken to a town near Sucre called Yotala where we went to the house of Don Nicholas, a place where they enjoyed many fun activities. … Continue reading

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