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Sunday, April 17, 2011
vendor taking siesta
in her tiny stall
The narrow cobblestone streets of Ollantaytambo have been continuously occupied since the thirteenth century, a living example of Inka city planning, including irrigation channels running along each steep street. In the noisy central market, I catch this woman taking a nap in her little stall, her head leaning against a big bottle of Coca Cola.