December 09, 2008

Pororó - Los Polvos

The "Pororó" is a variety of roasted corn, made of Guarani name (South America), the term is used in Bolivia, Paraguay and some locations in Argentina and in other Latin American countries is known as rosettes of corn, tostones, cotufas, millet, pochoclo , canguil, popcorn, and so on.

Without taking importance in the name of origin of each country or locality, the following is a video of the group cruceño "Los Polvos" (The Powders), filmed in the cabins of the "Piray" river , the main river from the city of Santa Cruz de la Sierra (Bolivia). A contagious rhythm and cheerful in the audio can be received.

Promoting once again the local initiative, with you the video said:

1 comment:

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