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... hopes - the food did not disappoint. I had Pork ribs which were braised in an orange and pisco sauce and Charlotte had some pesto pasta. The restaurant was quirkily decorated, with the wall behind us mounted with old style coal and fire powered irons. After dinner we went to a stationery shop which had stayed open late for Jimmu, we'd tried to visit earlier, before the restaurant, but as the shops had been busy Jimmy had asked to come back later. This was ...
It's my last day in Cusco and I'm feeling very nostalgic. I just finished cramming 2 months worth of my life back into my tipsy suitcase and a backpack.
Yesterday was my last day at work, and I was really excited to go even though it was the last time I would see all my students. It just so happened that on this bittersweet day, there was a funeral being held in the school's gym-atorium. When I walked up the dirt road up to the top of the mountain, I saw a hearse parked ...
... I thought. We continued on to the township of Ccacaccollo and arrived to meet our host mothers. Trent joined Bruno and I as he was by himself and our place had three beds. Our host mother is called Vilma (hope that's the correct spelling). We were taken to our room which overlooks the main square in the town, considering what I was expecting, this place was way better. We sat down for lunch and then our host brother came in, his name ...
... they thought it was funny Christian was still trying to trick me. I finally know where all of the supplies are so I'm not wandering around searching aimlessly for a tiny pencil sharpener or bottle of glue. In all, I'm getting used to my role here and really enjoying re-discovering my role as a teacher here vs. in the US. It's pretty much exactly the same, although I feel like I've bridged the uncomfortable few weeks of expressing my knowledge and authority through my second language. ...
... and "gambled" on the board for awhile. The kids were animated and quick to tell us, "good job" or "Aw, try again." The little boy won 30 centavos (about 10 US cents) and tried to give them back to Jay. Jay told him to keep playing with them and his face was precious as he thanked us and kept playing the game with us.
Walking into the market you could smell meat and veggies cooking, fresh fruit along with the ...