Just Plain Peru.
This week Lily asked me if she could write on our blog and since Geoff is out trying to take care of a required test for our car (and this, like many things here, could take hours), I decided this would work out nicely. The below post, written by Lily, is her thoughts on some of the things she has noticed about Peru.
My name is Lily and I am writing this week on my parents' blog. I want to share a little about Peru. Peru is very different from the USA. The food is different, the schools are different, and the people are different.
Lima is also different from the rest of Peru. It is huge. Because most people do not have cars, they ride taxis or buses. The streets of Lima are very busy and there are speed bumps everywhere! Rapidly, the cars shove in front of each other in order to get where they need to go. There are little stores called bodegas located on almost every street. They are jam packed with Peruvian treats as well as other simple foods. Many people live in apartments and others live in one room houses. Conveniently, there are vendors who sell food on the streets. These are a big favorite in my family.
Below are some pics of just plain peru!
One of the things I love about Peru is the food!
O so good.
Intestines for sale at the market. Gross!!!
The market, where most Peruvians buy there food.
In this picture you can see some of the buses people ride. Lima is very busy.
Peru can be different depending on the place. This is Santa Rosa.
An Incan chief at a dance show we saw.
A Peruvian dance at the dance show.
The USA is very different from Peru, but that does not mean Peru is different in a bad way. God made all countries and all people. He is working with Peru as well as North America. At first, I wanted to move back so much. But as the time draws near, I don't want to leave the people and the country who, like America, our great God is working through.