|We have it so good in the US, we forget the value of clean potable water. In some homes cisterns are created to capture rain or well water. The residents cannot drink the water as it is not purified but they use it for daily house chores.|
We chatted for a bit and discovered we are neighbors for our duration of staying in San Cristobal. On my way home today I stopped by and met him and his wife and we shared our stories. One by-product of Don Sergio's humanitarian work is the collection of people that are moved by his way of caring without judgement or prejudice. It seems a common bond of Don Sergio's admirers all have a giving and appreciative nature.
The evening clinic was busy as usual and Don Sergio had a couple and two lovely young ladies from Australia come into the museo. He gave them a brief tour while I took care of the patients. I said my good-byes at 7pm and came straight home.
|Vegetable stands are the norm...not the exception as in the US.|