Day one

The morning meeting

Well the first day is complete.
We spent about 5 1/2 hours clowning with children at the hospital. We were in a medium size auditorium type room, and we clowned inside and outside the hospital compound while families waited to see the medical teams.
Pelukyta set up a stage and ran a full on show, we each were featured in a part. He is good!
We spent a lot of time clowning outdoors, balloon making, juggling and teaching children that pigs are really chickens.

Pelukyta doing a show

An awesome day, great things happening here and more to come.
Alfredo
We are so lucky to be included in the magic that will happen this week.

Authentic Peruvian Hat



4 Responses to Day one

  1. Tracie says:

    Wow! This is so great to be able to stay up to date! About how many kids did the doctors select for surgeries?



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  2. Henrik says:

    Saved as a favorite, I really like your blog! 🙂



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  3. limewire says:

    fantastic



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  4. keith says:

    Im FINALLY home from Peru…all the clowns were amazing….wheres my shoes Pelukyta??? A person will never know the TRUE meaning of a backseat driver UNTIL their backseat driver is from Caring Clowns International!! Keith!



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