Lake Titicaca: Underwater museum brings hope to shores
By Mónica García Zea
13 December 2018
<p class=”story-body__introduction”>Ever since Reddy Guaygua was a boy, he dreamt of discovering hidden ruins.</p>
Born in Mapiri, 130km (80 miles) north of La Paz in Bolivia, he was the only person from his small town to study archaeology. “My goal was to work in the villages, visit their archaeological sites and work in them,” he says.
Now, years later, his dream has become reality. Mr Guaygua is in charge of tourism and culture in the town of Tiquina.