Patepluma wrote:A few days ago (during the day) took the bus from Lima to Trujillo. In many places along the way in the dry desert there were long building-like structures that appeared to maybe be covered in cloth. Does anyone know what these are used for? I was thinking some kind of agriculture but in most places there was no river or any green nearby. They were in the driest places. So I don't know where the water source would be. ?
fanning wrote:Chickfarms. That is what they usually are.
And the huts I think are 'invasiones' I think once you put a 'house' on it, after a while you can claim it yours, so they put a shack on it, and after some years they can get ownership of it, and build a real house on it, usually with some sort of associacion, that is why they are all 'together' on the same stretch of land.
Patepluma wrote:So with the invasiones those people don't have to live in the house? Just build it and let it set for so many years? I didn't see any sign of habitation in numerous collections of the huts.