Last night I attended a parents’ information session with the other teachers. And I was interested in meeting the parents, I found, as I gazed across each classroom. I was trying to guess which parents belonged to my particular students. I think I wanted to know because any little […]
BARRANCO. If I had more time than a few hours I might have written a short story here. The old elegant houses through the light fog, the occasional volkswagon, the murals and statues, and the clifftop overlooking the ocean. My friend Lutie (listen to a drunken interview of Lutie) gave […]
I made a rush decision to visit Lima for the weekend. Some say I am loco considering it is a 10 hour bus ride one way. A chica might have been a reason for my decision. I don’t write that to embarrass her, she reads my blog posts occasionally, but […]
It’s time to commit, to focus truly on the culture I live in if I wish to be a part of it. A colleague and friend from Colombia, Nox, is as good as I am at speaking English. He claims to dream in his second language. Nox said rather bluntly […]
But using morality for a reason was just a shield, I realised, to hide from the truth.
Everyone touches more here, but I’m getting used to it. But learning not to be frustrated…well, that’s something I need to tackle.
The song ‘Despacito’ is a source of encouragement for me, and the other night I heard it played on a pan flute.
Living life in Huanchaco, Peru, with my charming roommate Sydney.
Time for some more brooding, this time about dating and romance.
Mum probably shouldn’t read this post because she might freak out a little bit.