We have been in Bogota nearly three weeks now and are gradually becoming accustomed to our new life. We flew into the Bogota airport late at night with four huge suitcases, four slightly smaller ones, and a big box with Carolyn's sleeping mattress, after a long hard day flying. We were met by Carlos Fernandez, the Area Welfare Manager, and the person we will be working most closely with. Carlos had keys to our new apartment and so he drove us directly there, tired but at least in a place where we would be living for a while. The next day, Carlos and his wife, Beatriz, picked us up, showed us the offices, helped us with the first grocery shopping, and took us to lunch at a very typical Colombian restaurant called Sopas y Pastres. This is a photograph, taken outside the restaurant.