Peru dating customs
César Vallejo is often regarded as Peru’s finest poet, and novelists José María Arguedas and Mario Vargas Llosa have received high critical acclaim in the post-World War II era. Most of the thousands of paintings and sculptures are anonymous, and the works show resemblances both to Byzantine and to Asian forms.
Modern Peruvian art has followed an abstract course, notably in the work of the painter Fernando de Szyszlo and the sculptor Joaquin Roca Rey.
In the highlands, most meals consist of potatoes along with other Andean tubers (oca and ulluco, for example), grains such as quinoa, and protein from the meat of llamas, guinea pigs, chickens, and fish.
For people of higher economic and social status, most daily tasks, such as cooking, house cleaning, and gardening, are performed by servants.
Many wealthy families in Lima have more than one home: the main house may be in one of the city’s elite neighbourhoods; a second may be at the beach; and a third may be in the Andean foothills or overseas.
The daily life of the residents of Peru’s cities varies with social class.
Relatively few of the poorer residents have good jobs within the formal Peruvian economy; often they must work two or three jobs, and they have less leisure time than other Peruvians.