Here are a few pictures I took before we left Puno where Carnaval was taking place. Check out the costumes. There were literally hundreds of groups and bands slowly dancing up the streets. We had to use ear plugs to sleep at night. It was fun to watch.
|These boys begged me to take their picture. Aren't they handsome?|
I could do a whole blog about the dogs here. They are everywhere and seem to be just at home as anyone else. They are every breed you can imagine. Most live on the street, but I hear they have owners that feed them. Actually they don't even need to be fed because there is plenty of garbage they eat. Garbage is bagged and put on the streets for the garbage man but the dogs get there first. These dogs look like the have had a hard day.
This is Juliaca outside our hotel. We were crazy busy here..
|Pizza lunch break while working on Family Histories, the Elders and Sisters thought they had gone to heaven. They never get pizza.|
These are just a few of the many people we worked with and helped with their family search. We get all ages and capabilities. We had several men who just took off with family search after just showing them a few things. The young people catch on very quickly. There are a few people that we have to introduce to the keyboard, but they all are so grateful for the help especially those who get ordinances to take to the temple.