Peru 4.0 – Lovely lovely Lima

One of our favorite places: Lima. More specifically, Miraflores. That’s not to say we don’t like other areas of the city… but Miraflores is where we stay each time, so we’ve come to love its cosmopolitanness (made up word?), its narrow streets with hand-polished sidewalks, its close proximity to the ocean, and the ability to walk everywhere. I can’t believe… Read more →

Peru 4.0 – Jungle fruit

More photos from last month’s trip to Peru. We went to Kids Alive to test their water, exploring the urgency of installing a clean water system there on a future visit. The Kids Alive team work hard, investing in the lives of over 350 local kids through homework help, sports programs and youth clubs in an area of the jungle that suffers… Read more →

Peru 4.0 – So good to be back!

“Silence is one of the great arts of conversation.” Marcus Tillius Cicero So, you may think we’ve been slacking on our blog duties… but no… according to the above quote, we’ve simply been putting in some overtime on practicing our conversation skills!! Actually, life has been insanely busy (yes – since last April!)… but we’ve also been extremely undisciplined when it… Read more →

Peru 2.0 (Day 3)

We want to share our recent trip to Peru with you… but since we felt like we might have bored the living breath out of some of you with stories from our previous adventure(!!), the next few posts on our blog will be photos from this latest trip with minimal commentary. We hope you enjoy the journey… [For more context… Read more →

Peru 2.0 (Day 2)

We want to share our recent trip to Peru with you… but since we felt like we might have bored the living breath out of some of you with stories from our previous adventure(!!), the next few posts on our blog will be photos from this latest trip with minimal commentary. We hope you enjoy the journey… [For more context… Read more →

Peru 2.0 (Day 1)

After our first trip to Pucallpa, Peru last October, we came back to Memphis with two potential candidates for a clean water system. Refuge of Hope – the school for handicapped, at risk and family-less children and their siblings – was high on the list due to the number of people who would benefit from the clean water on a daily,… Read more →