Faces of Cuenca: Luis Arias, seller of alpaca clothing

Jun 30, 2015 | 0 comments

Twentyeight-year-old Luis Arias works at the Otavalo market selling homemade alpaca clothing. For 35 years this family has been in this line of business. Luis is married and has one child.

Motivaion: “Trabajo por que me gusta lo que hago y como es nuestro artesanias. Elaboramos todo clase de artesania. Trabajo dia a dia para mi familia y mas por mi hijo para que estudie y que haga cosas buenas en el futuro.”

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