Each day we went back to the house, the kids greeted us with a warmer welcome. I can only imagine how many volunteers they’ve met over the years…
He was learning how to take a “self photo” of us, not bad!
Goofing around (my favorite time).
This lead to wheel barrel raises after we spotted them on handstands.
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Shirley, I’ve thought about you daily since I began booking Machu Picchu… I know there’s room for more if you care to venture this way and check it off your list!
Ladies, everything you said is true. These kids are amazing individuals and I must say they’re also extremely intelligent! Even with my minimal Spanish, they were communicating and attempting to teach ME! I’m the blessed one 🙂
Thanks for sharing all of your travels. I love all the handstand pictures. How long can you stay in that position. Keep the pictures coming, I very much enjoy taking the trip with you
It must be hard to leave them, knowing there is little that is permanent in their relationships. Blessings on you for doing this work!
The kids may see MANY volunteers, but none as special and caring as you and your group!!