Sunday, January 10, 2010

Final Webisode - HD

In our twelve day trip we were able to see about thirty-three patients, work with many wonderful health, social and church professionals, and strengthen the bonds with some great friends. (This current video has been remastered in HD.)

Thursday, January 7, 2010

Webisode 4 - Karen

We now have less than two days left in Peru. We´ve seen a lot of patients, and the memory of this one will definitely stay with us. Thanks for your support.

Tuesday, January 5, 2010

Webisode 3 - Where is Windsor?

An interesting day for Med to One,  let´s just say it was the ´¨Day of the Sheep.´

Day 7 - Jon

It was probably the altitude that did me in,  but the guinea pig meat at the farmhouse probably didn´t help.  But how could I say no?   Of course,  everyone else did,  so it was left up to me to keep the congeniality alive.  I guess in a way,  I was the guinea pig.  That was two days ago,  and I haven´t eaten any guinea pig since.  As a matter of fact,  I´ve eaten only cream crackers and escaped the congeniality to lie in my bed as much as possible. It could be worse,  I could have smeared the red worm dye on my lips as lipstick like Tauni did! Cochineal - Google it, if you doubt me!  No matter how bad I felt though,  at least it wasn´t cold like New Jersey.  Jon.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

Webisode 2 January. Huaraz.

Our best wishes from all of us here in Peru!

Saturday, January 2, 2010

day four at peru - jono crefeld

Today, after taking the night bus back from Huaraz, we were all groggy and immediatly after arriving at Raquel's house, we set up to go to bed. we woke up at around 10 AM, and raquel and mom went iut to buy bus tickets.(Woohoo!! more buses!)Dad edited for most of the day, and after the bus ticket buyers got back, we went to Pamplona, where sixty patients currently live in shacks, with me filming on my small flip camera. We visited about five patients before we had to return to the house to pack and leave for the bus, which I have to do right about now. Adios!