Peru is the country for you!
Learn how to fit in to Peru culture (Beliefs, norms, taboos, values,etc.)
In Peru their main languages are Spanish, Aymara, and Quechua. Some folkways in Peru are that when you travel to Peru you need to bring your own toilet paper, hand gestures are very commonly used when talking to others, family is very important and at the end of the week they will get together with their extended family to spend the day with each other, and clothing is a way to see what someone's status is in their class system. Some taboos in Peru are if you point at someone to call them over to you, is disrespectful, authority is very expected, it is proper to rest both hands on the table when eating, and crossing your legs is to them considered inappropriate. In Peru their religion is one of their most important values, they've followed this religion since the 1500's. They value respecting their elders and have discipline and respect for their others. It is important for children to have education for 11 years, after these 11 years they consider them citizens. There's a lot more to learn about Peru's culture so why not come visit to get hands on information from the people who live here!
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