Monday, May 30, 2011

Herd of rolling cases

I mentioned this herd in my last post and thought you might like to see them.

This was at Markham College, where I was again today. They had a special digital sign for me at the entrance of the school.

The schools have all been very welcoming. I'll be back at Markham tomorrow.


MADeWH said...

At the risk of displaying monumental ignorance, what's with all the English school-names? Aren't you in Peru?

Priscilla said...

Yup, I'm definitely in Peru. Some of the schools are international, based on British or American school models. Some are English-immersion, where the kids learn everything in English, and some just have a few hours a day. The teachers are often from the UK, Canada, the US or Australia.

Anonymous said...

Hello, It is very nice that profesionals like you, come to Peru. I'd love to study at a school like Markham College, I wish public peruvian schools were like Markham College, where I studied there were not yards for sports, there were only 13 computers for 300 students, and we didn't have internet connection. I really hope you enjoyed your trip in PerĂº, we will always be happy to welcome such wonderful talented people like you. best regards

Priscilla said...

I loved being in Peru! I definitely understand what you're saying--I always wish that I could go to a wider range of schools, not just the wealthy ones.