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2265941 Jaenette : I repeat that, because not everything is lost culturally, something has been preserved
2265942 CaptainJack : the identity and language?
2265943 Jaenette : Yes , Captain
2265944 CaptainJack : Is that regional?
2265945 Jaenette : The Inca Empire was made up of nations, several of them, and each of them has preserved the culture of the place
2265946 Jaenette : We could call it regional, locally
2265947 CaptainJack : aye I catchu
2265948 Jaenette : I come from the Wari region
2265949 Jaenette : Peruanita bonita said that she comes form the Tayanes region
2265950 CaptainJack : you like archaeological sites?
2265951 Jaenette : From*
2265952 Jaenette : In my region there are many archaeological remains, both Inca and colonial and I like them a lot
2265953 CaptainJack : What do you like best about history?
2265954 Jaenette : We have more than 30 colonial churches in my region
2265955 CaptainJack : The Spanish brought them?
2265956 Jaenette : It is difficult to say which part of Peru's history I like the most, the one that hurts the most is the initial colonial era
2265957 Jaenette : Yes, they did
2265958 CaptainJack : Looking at online pictures it looks a suprisingly structured place
2265959 Jaenette : The colonial style has been preserved to this day and is beautiful
2265960 CaptainJack : Yes, from what I've seen
2265961 CaptainJack : You are lucky to live there
2265962 Jaenette : The other part that hurts to this day is the time of the War with Chile
2265963 CaptainJack : When was that?
2265964 CaptainJack : Sorry but I don't know much about South America
2265965 Jaenette : Ayacucho has a sad story, but that's what I got
2265967 CaptainJack : Not so long ago then really
2265968 Jaenette : Well, time doesn't erase the wounds
2265969 CaptainJack : There is a statue of a guy on a horse in the square. His horse has one leg lifted. That means hge was injured in battle?
2265970 Jaenette : The central and southern sierra still keep the memory and have the wounds of that war
2265971 Jaenette : Yes, Captain
2265972 CaptainJack : It's the same here where I live, for some.
2265973 CaptainJack : Our last formal land battle was in 1745, but the wounds still exist. Despite attempts to kill off our culture, it now grows everyday.
2265974 Jaenette : What does it take to heal a people's wounds? Do you know it?
2265975 CaptainJack : progression and a drive to find solutions from all. It never happens though, as those that win never give their power up freely. It has to be won back again. Lessons never learnt in history
2265976 Jaenette : Tropezamos con la misma piedra siempre?
2265977 CaptainJack : Every day
2265978 CaptainJack : Power and greed corrupt, more so today than ever it seems.
2265979 Jaenette : The corruption in my country is enormous, the governor of my region, who is called wayki, is very corrupt too
2265980 Jaenette : Wayki means hermano in spanish
2265983 CaptainJack : Wayki , means wake up here :D
2265984 Jaenette : really?
2265985 CaptainJack : we say Waki Waki to wake someone from sleep
2265986 Jaenette : In what language ? English?
2265989 Jaenette : In quechua is wayki
2265990 CaptainJack : its a form of awake
2265992 CaptainJack : wakey wakey
2265993 Jaenette : I see
2265994 CaptainJack : we pronounce waki, the same as wakey, but you will know that
2265995 Jaenette : I didn't know that, but thanks, every day we learn new things
2265996 CaptainJack : Wayki is peruvian?
2265997 Jaenette : It a quechua word
2265998 CaptainJack : we do, every day is a school day. It's a common phrase aqui
2265999 Jaenette : Escuela como para brutos, porque la vida es dura jaja
2266000 CaptainJack : It's a native American word
2266001 Jaenette : The other day I saw a short on the internet of Navajo Indians dancing, those Native Americans are mestizos, they look mestizos
2266002 CaptainJack : Thats quite ironic J. My brother was never the most scholistic of people. One teacher reminded him of it often. My brother turned out quite successful. He met the teacher in the car park at a supermarket. The teacher seen his car and said he has done well in life, He said I didn't have an education to hold me back. True story :)
2266003 Jaenette : Happens the same over here
2266004 CaptainJack : Education is programming people mostly
2266005 Jaenette : I don't know, but I know well that the educational system in Peru is not one of the best
2266006 CaptainJack : Scots history was never part of the structure here. We learnt how great Britain was. Hmm
2266007 Jaenette : If we are good at something it is because at least we had one or two quality teachers
2266008 CaptainJack : si, mi padre primero
2266009 CaptainJack : y mi madre
2266010 Jaenette : Jaja the best teachers we could have
2266011 CaptainJack : But in school, the best teachers I had were in technical & maths subjects. To be fair though, few were bad. The worst was given a medal from the queen. the second worst was a bible studies teacher, he hit us with a leather belt. One called Bartholemew, the other Babe, Babe just has two tongues, Barholemew three
2266012 Jaenette : Excuse me, I went for a cup of coffee, it's cold
2266014 Jaenette : Oh wow
2266015 Jaenette : That sounds unfair
2266016 CaptainJack : Its how it was then.
2266017 CaptainJack : The worst guy, used to punch us on the head
2266018 Jaenette : There is a saying that goes like this: la letra con sangre entra
2266019 Jaenette : And if we are faithful to that saying, we have to hit the student a lot jaja
2266021 CaptainJack : Ilike that
2266023 CaptainJack : That must be why I get bit here the most :D
2266024 CaptainJack : It draws blood with every palabra :D
2266025 Jaenette : Luckily a teacher never hit me jaja
2266027 Jaenette : You are so funny jaja
2266028 CaptainJack : It was normal for us, in fact we made it a competition. To see who we could provoke the most to hit us
2266029 Jaenette : Jajaj can't believe it
2266030 CaptainJack : In the end they put me in the corridor outside the class, ( just for french though)
2266031 CaptainJack : French was pointless
2266032 Jaenette : Al rincón quita calzón , that's what Ricardo Palma would say jajaj
2266033 Jaenette : You know punishment zone
2266034 CaptainJack : Ricardo Plma?
2266035 CaptainJack : Who is he?
2266036 CaptainJack : :D
2266037 Jaenette : He was a writer from Peru
2266038 Jaenette : He wrote about colonial customs, and the curious things of that time
2266039 CaptainJack : He looks intelligent
2266040 CaptainJack : just looked him up

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