Peru House Project Update
Country Road Take Me Home
Back at work in the Peruvian mountains in Urubamba in the Sacred Valley. Feeling healthy, and positive about the project. In the home stretch, now; less than four weeks, and counting.
wooden forms removed after three weeks
Still freezing cold winter in the Andes, but I moved from my drafty apartment to a nearby hostel, where I now have a comfortable bed, hot water, and relatively good Wi-Fi. It’s a bit more expensive—about three dollars and fifty cents per day. Apologies to the MicroAid board members. :0)
I really needed the three-week break. My time with my friends in Mancora and then visiting Lake Titicaca helped recharge the batteries—literally rest my body and mind, and gain some weight back. I’m happy to say, too, that I am parasite-free.
I will be uploading more pictures and a bio of the beneficiary family soon.
This house will be life-changing for them, as this experience has been for me.
More from the Sacred Valley later.