The women of Cuenca
The more you travel, the more you admire the industry and hard work of women. In Cuenca, we saw women carry things and sell eats, flowers and knick knacks on pavements and in street markets. Women manned the entries to churches and museums, sold us tickets and showed us around. Women served us in hole in the wall eateries, scurrying between kitchen and table even as their menfolk cooked inside. Here are some clicks of the beautiful women we met today, many of them clearly from native tribes of the region (like the Otovalos and Canari), distinct in their facial features and ethnic attire.
Posted on October 23, 2016, in Travel & Experiences and tagged attire, beauty, clothes, Cuenca, culture, Ecuador, ethnicity, gender, livelihood, tradition, Travel, women. Bookmark the permalink. 1 Comment.