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... relate.) as I passed by the pasteria where I often have tea and peach crumpet for supper and I asked her how many hours she worked. The conversation was very unclear but it seemed to be 12 hours a day. Tonight – somehow thinking the day hadn’t been full enough - I talked with the older woman (25?) who seemed to be the boss. She did not much want to talk but I got out of her that the days were 12 hour days. ‘Seite dias?” “Si.” Seven, twelve ...
... I wait a second. ‘Do you understand? You do not owe me. It is my pleasure.’
Camellia is smiling broadly as she nods her head. Ernesto is smiling from ear to ear and he slaps me on the back three times and says, ‘Mucho Gracias.’
Somehow what we had lost is restored.
To be continued
Glad to be here,
May 9th, 2015
Written May ...
... so beautiful!
Around the ticketing building I also saw for the first time these Peruvian hairless dogs, the Viringo. The hair disappeared naturally because it was so hot there, their skin is very thick like leather. I think they are quite ugly but well, they were very gentle ;-)
In the hostel I had met CÚline, a French young researcher making a PhD thesis on the Iconography of the Chimu ...
... headed out on the town to take in the view and the smell of the surf. The sun was once again blaring down and I often re-applied sun screen, regardless my skin was always heating up, I drank much water again this day. Marc noted that I was starting to burn along my temples where my sunglasses were and it looked funny, I said he looked funny...thus I won this war of words.
This was a surf town, and had these neat little ...
Last night after dinner the photographers were offering to take formal pictures. We decided that might be a good idea. Hopefully, they will come out decent.
The entertainment was a classical pianist. Not a fan of this type of music, but Rich is, so I went along. He turned out to be fantastic. There is one piece that he played that was written for only the left hand. Never could ...