FRIENDS of mine drove from Brisbane. They brought up a box of stuff that I left behind before I flew to Peru, or in transit from Peru to my new home. And so what I had were memories from the times before, and exhibits of Peru. There’s a framed cartoon […]
The countdown of the last weeks living in Peru.
New words I’ve learned; anciano (old man), espada (sword), and seta (mushroom).
It’s the first time I’ve been in a country club. And it was in Peru. This is my experience:
It’s my second Christmas in Peru. This one was considerably better, with a warm and loving community giving me presents and food!
Eat cake, loneliness does exist, and nothing is what it seems.