We are incredibly happy to have Ted Perry visiting us right now. After the nearly 30-hours traveling here, Ted arrived exhausted, but in good spirits (as always).

We wasted no time in trying to fatten Ted up. As Hugo Añez would say, “una llave tiene más carne que él” (a key has more meat than him). Ted devoured a salteña and has agreed to join team Clark on a “Salteña Tour & Rating throughout Bolivia” this coming week.

Besides attracting plenty of blushing stares and giggles from the female medical students, Ted has been a big help with our projects. We gave him the day off today after a few early mornings and 7 pediatric echos yesterday on malnourished kids (Yes, for all those wondering, Ted is a certified echocardiogram and liver US expert in both children and adults).