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Life on the Andes

Travelling to the other edge of the country, but remaining at the same height, there's the largest lake in South America, Lake Titicaca. Here also humans have found their habitat on the waters, living a very simple life and using what the nature gives them to survive. What is important is to live in the traditions and in the respect of the earth, what you learn when you're there is that you simply have to accept what nature gives you and regulate your life following its rules and rhythms. The happyness is there, where the living beings are accepted by the environment and come into harmony with it.

BOLIVIA | Saturday, 29 June 2013 | Views [319] | View Larger Image

Travelling to the other edge of the country, but remaining at the same height, there's the largest lake in South America, Lake Titicaca. Here also humans have found their habitat on the waters, living a very simple life and using what the nature gives them to survive. What is important is to live in the traditions and in the respect of the earth, what you learn when you're there is that you simply have to accept what nature gives you and regulate your life following its rules and rhythms. The happyness is there, where the living beings are accepted by the environment and come into harmony with it.

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