Teaching English in Huambutio

The pictures say it all.

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Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos
Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos
Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos
Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos
Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos
Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos

These two girls reminded me of my childhood, headband and all!
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Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos

Snack time was a bowl of homemade sauce (the green stuff) over fresh steamed potatoes.
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This was an earthquake drill. The principal chose a student to stand on two tables, with one foot on each. Then at the same time, classmates lifted the tables to show what the unsteady ground would feel like during the quake.
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The two other volunteers, Ozy and Alex from the UK.
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In the classroom.
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Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos

This boy wanted my bracelet. I’ve had it for years and it’s circled the world… Time to pass it on.
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Photobucket Pictures, Images and Photos

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3 thoughts on “Teaching English in Huambutio

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  2. Robin Stanley Quinn

    I love that you’re not attached to ‘stuff’, but to people, and helping them. 🙂

  3. The bracelet is a symbol of so much good you bring to the world. It was so gracious of you to pass it on. You will leave more than the bracelet when you move on, there is no question about that.

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