A cold weather, with constant rain and thunders in the sky. Coloured leaves falling off. For the first time in my life I was living a real autumn. I will never forget how I was opening my life to a whole new experience. (Versión en español al final) Continue reading “Romania – Year #1”
No recuerdo mi edad, sé que era muy pequeño, y la primera de ellas me cargaba cuando iba a comprar a la vuelta de la esquina. La segunda de ellas siempre me alentaba. La tercera de ellas, siempre fue mi protectora. Las más ancianas, sabiduría y trabajo arduo. Mi madre, mi ejemplo de fuerza y mi consejera número uno. No imagino #NiUnaMenos en mi lista. Continue reading “#NiUnaMenos”
This image above is the Declaration of Independence of Peru signed on July 15th and proclaimed on July 28th, 195 years ago (1821). I can’t remember if I ever saw it in person. However, to see the picture today and when I think of what I celebrate, I feel moved to share the result of the suffering of so many that wanted this for us. Continue reading “We are free!”
Este no es un post para quejarme del país, sino más bien una forma de ejercer mi libertad (ahora que todos las exigen) de expresión (pueden revisar la Declaración Universal de Derechos Humanos) sobre por qué el Ministerio de Educación de Rumanía me llamó “obraznic” [ES/EN]. Continue reading “Malcriado, ajá.”
There was once a woman called Hannah. The overwhelming fact that she couldn’t have children pushed her to pray to God and make a vow. Her wish was given to her and she also fulfilled her vow.
I couldn’t believe it. We were preparing a peruvian dish! After talking to mom on the phone to tell her what we were doing, I had to put my hands to work because my turkish friend was waiting for me to finish the preparation before midnight. Continue reading “Smmmells peruvian!”
This particular way dad walks. That smile on his face when he gets out of the store (like he’s got something we do not expect). His wife and his children (I’m the fourth) are waiting in the car. “What did you get? Donito?”, we’d say whenever the surprise was finally revealed: the 50-cent ice cream from the store around the corner.