The side of the church.
One of the fruit stands. Kind of reminds you of Piggly Wiggly...
Volunteering went well on Tuesday and I was able to help the girls with their homework. They all had a lot to do and we didn´t have much of a chance to interact with them. Our volunteer project is kind of hit or miss like that.
Tuesday night, Yoni had her party with her friends from high school. She made AMAZING chicken that reminded me a lot of KFC. Then her friends started dancing, which consisted mostly of going around in a circle while shuffling their feet and moving their arms. Heidi and I were pulled into the group and I think the ladies were impressed when I knew all the words to a Juanes song. After the ladies left, Wendy and I had our own dance party in the living room. Good times...
Dancing at Yoni´s party.Yoni!
Yesterday afternoon Heidi and I continued our search to find Heidi a coat. We also checked out a touristy market with a lot of hand made things and were able to find some pretty good deals. If anyone is looking for alpaca lined slippers I know where to get a good deal!
La Confraternidad, the market by my house. It´s as close to a mall as I´ve come across in Cuzco.
Yesterday was also the last day for two of the volunteers at our orphanage. They both brought a lot of gifts for the girls so we had a good time playing with bubbles and chalk. Afterwards, the girls taught me and Heidi a game that seems a lot like Pilot to Tower (an Oostburg Elementary School favorite) but is a lot more complicated. I eventually caught on and we had a great time.
I did a chalk tracing of one of the girls so, of course, they had to do one of me.