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Posted on Jun 19, 2012

Chemically-Enhanced Food, and Time, for Your Birthday Son- Bembos;Lima, Peru

Chemically-Enhanced Food, and Time, for Your Birthday Son- Bembos;Lima, Peru

 

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Bembos, Lima, Peru

I know, I know. I’m sorry for being out of order. For those of you who actually follow our adventures (bakker) and appreciate outrageous things like chronological order, it’s just too stiffing for me. You see, we’re now entering month 16 of family world travel and God, I have mountains of footage to share with you. I recorded almost every day something that i wanted to vlog about but… (here’s the catch) there were weeks on end that I didn’t want to be on the computer (how cool is that) and months that I didn’t have computer or internet access (even cooler) and days when i just sat around and played guitar or hiked with my kids or got really sad and lonely, and therefore, didn’t do my ‘online’ work. And so, there will two years + of vlogging adventures to share that may take another two years + to get out.

So, sit back and know that part of this adventure is slowly, slowly finding gems from the past, from countries and people we’ve left a year ago (or more) that now i randomly click to and find on my hard drive. So, now that we’ve got that settled, you can stop being confused about the random, chaotic order of things and enjoy what was, as I do.

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This video is our son’s birthday lunch at Bembo’s in Lima, Peru.  A cheaper McDonald’s alternative. We talk a lot about money cuz 45 soles is almost $20 which is a ridiculously huge amount of money to pay for a meal in Latin America. We’re into saving and spending super frugally, which is allowing us to travel for at least 2+ years, when we originally thought we’d travel for just one. So, every time we spurge, we think about it three times.

 

I love my kids. I do. I love my family. I do. I love my husband. I do. I am lucky. Sure as hell I am.

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8 Comments

  1. Looks like fun!

  2. 🙂 Great story and thank you for being so nice to me. With all the travel adventures , beautiful children and great husband you are a lucky woman indeed Gaby.

    • bakker, wow. i am a lucky woman indeed. and moreso, for having you cheering on my team. how lucky am i? 🙂

    • oh, and how could i NOT be nice to someone who supports me every step of the way. being a witness to someone else’s life- i would never take that for granted bakker. thank YOU for being so nice to us! we’re indeed lucky

  3. Man you guys have some serious fun. Love your blog by the way, fantastic layout not too cluttered, I love it.

    Also congratulations on being able to travel as a family on a budget it seems like a near impossible task to me, though you seem to handle it just fine and have tons of fun along the way.

  4. Fast food, chemically enhanced etc can be real fun once in a while!!
    When my older daughter was pregnant that was her treat after every hospital visit!! We stay about 30 miles from the nearest McDonalds – so the fact the hospitla was 5 minutes from McD’s meant she enjoyed her treat!!! 😀 Your family all seemed to enjoy it – the look of enjoyment when Orazi put that chip in his mouth was priceless LOL
    Sending love, Wendy xox

    • omg wendy, when i was pregnant with dahnya i was soooo totally addicted to blue bell vanilla ice cream sandwiches. i could not get enough. when i was eating 6 a day, kobi stopped buying them. so i so understand the McD’s thing. we loved it all. i’ll go back and watch orazi eating that first chip. oh, i love that you notice these tiny details. when i’m a grandma will i savor every new thing they do with that much delight as well?

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