Despite tedious bureaucratic procedures the mood is excellent
Everyone who lives and works in Peru must be able to prove his identity. The State requires every foreigner to have a Carné Extranjería. Yesterday family Welch received the desired chip cards from Cusco’s Immigration Office. It all went like clockwork; only Mummy Sandi has to wait a little longer: one issuing authority in Lima misplaced her Interpol documents. But 9 out of 10 is a very respectable success rate.
Family Welch lives in a big mud house in the middle of the countryside. Compared to what they were used to in Sydney their standard of living in Curahuasi has decreased substantially. Fortunately, though, a true pioneer lives in most Australians.