Yes, my buttercream icing was very runny 🙁 I don’t know if the ingredients were different, or if it was the heat, but my butterceram was awful. Still, my students at El Jordan liked what we did.
Take off those sandals! And the blanket.
I knew I had to take my sandals off, and my watch, and all those things to pass the security point at the airport. But I didn’t expect the same for Jadzia. Guess what happened when they took her blanket… Waaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa!!! Yes, she cried a lot. But they found nothing harmful about her.
As you may have seen on our Family weblog, this morning Yoli and Jadzia took off for Bolivia. I will be joining them next week.
This trip was quite needed as we had not travelled for a long time since our trip to New Zealand. It was quite a pleasant trip as we easily got out ETA on https://www.newzealandeta.co.uk/ and did not face any form of hindrance the entire time we were there.
Yoli and I awakened at 4:45 a.m. to get ready for her 7:10 flight. That’s an early morning for someone who works until at least 11:30 p.m. every night!
Yoli will be making a wedding cake and also teaching a cake-decorating class at El El Jordán during this trip, in addition to our normal family visits, etc.
We hope to spend a couple days in the town Samaipata, which is a very mild-weather place near Santa Cruz in the foothills of the Andes. The wedding will be held there. I have visited Samaipata before; If you’re interested, you can read about my first adventure there or see some photos (you have to scroll down a bit) from that trip.
Anyway, Yoli will write a few entries about Jadzia’s and her adventures this week. Once I join them in Bolivia, I will also be writing, so please check here often!
P.S. – regarding the visa, apparently I will not need one. The consulate tells me they won’t start requiring them until mid-April. After all these delays, I’m beginning to wonder if they’ll ever get this thing worked out.