Peru here we come! Three left, now NINE return. The long awaited time has come to see this business venture realize. Kendrea, Tony, Giselle and Gianna finally leave the US to arrive on Incan soil. We expect hard work and lots of new adventures, follow along!!
Thursday, October 6, 2011
Giselle First day at School
We enrolled Giselle on Monday, Oct 3rd into a bilingual school called "time for kids". It is about 5 or 6 blocks away from the house, so it is walking distance from our apartment. Tony drops her off every day before he goes to work at the hotel and I usually pick her up. We went and looked at 4 different schools before we decided on that one. We wanted her to attend a preschool where she can learn spanish and some english. She is in a great school that goes from 8 am to 1230 pm monday to friday. She is taught 1 hour of english a day and then the rest spanish. They have a great program and they even send her home with homework and a book that explains how her day was and whether she ate lunch or not. We pay a little extra and they have a chef that comes in and cooks lunch for those that pay. We pay about $175 a month ( 390 soles) for the school which is less than what I would have paid in the states and also she is there longer than she would have been in the states. It was so hard to send our baby away to school especially in another country, but this has been really good for her so far. I am so happy that she will leave back to the states pretty fluent in spanish. I will upload pictures soon of her school.