Pacha Duchicela, noble princess of Ecuador, guardian of the corn seed in praise of the Tayta Inti in connection with the spirits of the puma and the snake, proudly wearing the hualca that to this day is a symbol of resistance in some Andean towns. When she was queen she left a lasting legacy that united the Kitu and Puruhá peoples in their times of splendor.
This 66-page (13x21cm) travel journal has a binding that allows the pages to lie flat when open, making it perfect for capturing your dreams, experiences, writing, painting or drawing. The interior pages are made from high quality sustainable algae fiber paper, perfect for all types of media including pens, pencils and ink. The durable cover will protect the journal from wear and tear, making it ideal for everyday use. This journal is the perfect companion for your creative endeavors!