Thursday, September 24, 2009
Pisco Sin Fronteras - rewarding work
This is Harold on the left. He's the director of Pisco sin Fronteras (Pisco without Borders), an organization bound to help people rebuild their homes after a 2007 earthquake destroyed 80% of the homes in Pisco, Peru. We worked with him and more than 50 volunteers the short time we stayed in Pisco. Some volunteers had been there for months. Finding the work rewarding and a great crew of companions willing to work by their side, people seemed in no rush to leave. Old t-shirts nailed to courtyard walls express the sentiments of volunteers, like this one, which says, "thanks for making our honeymoon special!"
Yep. Hard work never disappoints.
Pisco Sin Fronteras for more info