Before parting ways, Jeremy took us out to a small town where he had worked as a peace corps volunteer a decade ago. He has remained friends with the people here and visits them regularly – and it’s clear that his contributions to the community are still remembered and appreciated.
We stopped at Kiko’s house for lunch. He has 10 kids, so Pablo and Bode had some new playmates.
The boys also got to try out the water well – they seemed to think it was fun, but I’m sure after a few days they’d appreciate running water.
We checked out the school across the road where Jeremy worked and lived. It has expanded since he was there 10 years ago, but still had a resident piglet and cat.
Kiko’s farm had 11 piglets and 4 day old chicks.
Great folks and great food. A fun day out in el campo.