Sitting Room

Thursday, May 28

Buying Values: what to take that is local?


Foto from Marisa's Con Nuestras Manos Blog
Ñanduti embroidery is a typical good example of a Paraguayan-made handicraft. The word ñanduti means web. It is not native of Ciudad del Este but comes from all over Paraguay mainly from the city of Itaguá. Paraguayan pottery, silver jewelry and wood carving are also great. If you like music a Paraguayan Harp might be a good idea.


I will come back with more

1 comment:

Mirian said...

the ñanduti is so beautiful!
I´m paraguayan and I love it

Land of Many Waters

Land of Many Waters
This is a secret little waterfalls where I often go and take a very few people for my ecopsychological nature-connecting experience