Tongue twisting required of Gringos Continue reading A Trilling Experience
On the outside, he looked calm. On the inside, he was boiling. He was always impatient, but never more so than when he had to stand in line for something. In his native California, he would search for the shortest … Continue reading Standing in Line—-A Fantasy
THE PURPLE BUS In Lima, the buses have different colors. I often ride the purple buses. They take me to and from the part of Lima where I work. I’m unusual. Many people I know never ride the bus. It is just for poor people they say. I guess they feel uncomfortable with poor people. Or they don’t want to be identified as poor. I don’t care about any of that. Those who feel that way will take a taxi or drive their own car. I gave up driving long ago as too stressful and too expensive. Most of the time, I also ride in a taxi. But, reflecting … Continue reading Getting Around in Lima
Dogs on the street. Continue reading The Coolest Dogs in Barranco
When do you give to someone in need? Continue reading To Give or Not to Give
Is staying at home the best idea? Continue reading Are you scared of an adventure?
What are you without a family? Continue reading Family Still Matters, Doesn’t It?
A dangerous addiction Continue reading I love the sweet life
Pampered pets rule Continue reading A Dog’s Life