Iquitos, Peru

This post originally published on a previously-owned blog and was imported here to simplify my life. Please excuse any confusion due to this merge. I hope you enjoy the content!

Mike and I spent a little over 2 weeks in Iquitos, Peru for a short-term project.  It was our first medical clinic  in Extreme and it went swimmingly well.  There wasn’t much personal downtime for us as we were very busy in our respective areas – Mike with logistics of transportation, meals, flights, lodging, etc. and me with finances and interpreting between nurses and patients.  Unfortunately, our camera bit the dust during this trip so we don’t have as many personal pictures.  Here are a few.

A Nazarene church.
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Sydney interpreting at a medical clinic.
Another Nazarene church.
Sydney bug bite reaction.
Piling all the volunteers into two boats.
Wave at the camera!
The other boat.
One of the communities where we worked.
Talking with some more locals.
Two wonderful friends, Alyssa & Leanne!
Coming back to hotel (via boat) after long & hot day.
Another Nazarene church.
Us crossing the river by boat.
Another community where we worked.

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