Travel to Peru. Source: Cuzco – Image gallery. http://travel.peru.com/english/lugarInteres/detalleImagen.aspx?idioma. Source: Come to Peru. http://www.peru.info/en/. Peru is a thriving country Prosperous in culture, ancestry and natural resources. $ Sources of Income $.
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Source: Cuzco – Image gallery. http://travel.peru.com/english/lugarInteres/detalleImagen.aspx?idioma
Source:google images money. http://images.google.ca/imgres?imgurl
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Tourism has become “the country’s second largest source of foreign income” (Urgate & Pacheco, n.d., p.2).
Source: Tumbes. http://www.perutrip.net/imagenes-peru/high-peru-galeria/tumbes/punta-sal-tumbes.jpg
Source: Inca Trail. http://www.amazingperu.com/peru/images/add-tour-extensions/inca-trail-machupicchu-peru.gif
Source: Google Machu Picchu. http://lastdaysoftheincas.com/wordpress/wpcontent/uploads/2008 /05/clouds-over-machu-picchu21.jpg
Source: Lima google.http://www.destination360.com/south-america/peru/lima
“[T]o be as rich as Peru” (Falconer, 1995, p. 35)
In today’s society, a country must study how
people will choose to use the resources that
are offered to them (Economy, 1988).
Economics. (1998). Webster’s Encyclopaedia Dictionary. United States of America: Lexicon Publications. p. 296.
Falconer, K. (1995). Cultures of the world Peru. New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation
Ugate, J., & Pacheco, L. (n.d.). Peru country case study. Retrieved February 7, 2010, from the Peru Tourism Website: http://