On the 9th day of Christmas, South America gave to me…

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January 6, 2013 by jiejie768

There are technically still 2 days of Christmas left (the Christmas season goes until January 6th, Los Reyes Magos, don’t you know…). Traveling and family time have taken precedent over blogging time, so here are five more days, in rapid succession. We hope everyone had a very merry Christmas and happy New Year.

…family. The world didn’t end on December 21st, so our family made it safely to Ayacucho. As Ryan wrote in our Rosaspampas blog, the journey wasn’t easy, but we were so happy to welcome our family and “family” to spend Christmas in Ayacucho with us. We headed up to the Mirador de Acuchimay to take a few family photos before the KATC Christmas Party on December 24th.

Kathy, Bill and Katie Collins pose at the Mirador up the hill from GeGe's house on Christmas Eve.

Kathy, Bill and Katie Collins pose at the Mirador up the hill from GeGe’s house on Christmas Eve.

The Anderson clan poses at the Mirador just up the hill from GeGe's house before descending for the 2012 KATC Christmas Party on Christmas Eve. From left that's Pam, Tom, Lolo, Meg, Ryan, Ty and Daniel.

The Anderson clan poses at the Mirador just up the hill from GeGe’s house before descending for the 2012 KATC Christmas Party on Christmas Eve. From left that’s Pam, Tom, Lolo, Meg, Ryan, Ty and Daniel.

Here are the other things South America brought to us for Christmas:
Day 1
Day 2
Day 3
Day 4
Day 5
Day 6
Day 7
Day 8
Day 10
Day 11
Day 12

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