Looks like everyone is having a great time. Were the women weaving the hats, scarves or head bands that all the kids are wearing? They look beautiful. Have fun and work hard:
Brrrrr. Looks cold. Good thing you all got warm hats! El Presidente es muy guapo. We can’t wait to hear about life in the village con su familias. Muchas gracias para las fotografias. Work hard and play hard….. Sadie, Skipper checks in your bedroom every night waiting for you. Con mucho carino, J & J
How wonderful to be in that breath taking scenery with the back strap weavers. What are they weaving? it looks like table runners. So colorful–just like their costumes. You could use a warm hat–maybe like the ones the weavers have on?? What a difference from our temperature–in the 90’s and very humid so enjoy this respite from the heat.
Seems safe to say that all of us back in the States are envious. Enjoy soaking up all that breathtaking scenery…and especially enjoy your time with your host families and the project. Imagine your Spanish, Quechua, and sign languages will all be improved when you return! These photos may inspire a whole new decorating scheme. Can only be cheerful amidst all those vivid colors! Hope everyone remembers to keep notes in their journals…they’ll be such fun to read when you return…and years from now!!
These terrific pictures give us a small but vivid glimpse into your inspiring trip. The landscape is breathtaking and the people look so friendly! I really am so excited for you, for all of your adventures and yes, I am a bit envious. Jonah, Dad and I miss you and wonder what you are doing daily.
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