On Wednesday, October 27 th the children of Las Hormiguitas (the Kindergarten of the Huchuy Yachaq social centre) put on their best clothes to celebrate the November 1 st and 2 nd celebrations. The children and their teachers gathered to baptize and share the traditional “pan wawa” (baby bread in Quechua), a kind of brioche in the shape of a baby that is eaten in the Andean zone for All Saints Day and the Day of the Dead. Its most common form: an infant sometimes decorated with a plaster face. The social centre made dozens of “pan wawa”. Each child was went home with its own bred to share with the family during these bank holidays in Peru.