Halloween

30 Oct

Yep, it’s here, too, but thankfully not nearly as prominent. The big stores have a few “decorations,” but not as ghoulish and in-your-face as in the US. It’s not the same as the Day of the Dead (Nov 1), which I’ll write about tomorrow, Lord-willing. Peruvian kids evidently do “truco o treat.” We will probably be at the language school party for a while, after which I’m planning to go to a Bible study with Ricardo. I’m not sure if the landlords will open the outer gate, so it might be a non-event for us.

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