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... mall. Frankly, we felt like we'd been dropped into The Twilight Zone, back in the Midwest somewhere, except for the signs in Spanish. The place was huge, with about 365 stores and filled with American and European chain stores like Forever 21, The North Face, etc. It has a cinema, which shows some movies subtitled, so we plan to come again sometime for a movie and traditional meal of popcorn and coke. The food court has a lot of options, ...
... prior to heading down to the Rancho to meet the staff. Not two churches, but one Church, united in purpose and in heart.
To break the ice, I opened with my story about asking the Lord who He saw me to be and the vision that He graciously showed me. That He saw me as a mother of grown warriors who would one day fight to bring forth the Kingdom. I shared with the women that while they are not ...
... every time we went out- not the dainty little bruises a Princess gets when she strikes the servant (me) a little too hard but the big disfiguring bruises Smokin Joe Frazier used to dish out. I didn't get beat up as much but by the time I managed to push, pull, and drag myself to a standing position the wave had normally lost all of it's energy, and I would start to sink vertically much like a captain going down with his ship. Neither one of us ...
... shop is empty, she is cleaning and caring for the home, or working on alterations to the gowns Nuria sells.
When I first arrived, the living room in the home was crowded with gowns from the shop awaiting alterations. They were hung on wires strung across the room. They disappeared soon, since Nuria hosts a prayer group once a week in that same area.
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Had my first hostel night experience which wasn't bad apart from Beto's weird sleeping habits, which involve moaning, groaning and talking which kept me up but also amused. We woke up early after our long slumber to head out and see what the capital had to offer. We had a short walk to the centre of the city but the weather was cool and it was nice to stretch out legs after the long flight. We went into a market built out of corrugated iron which was full of the typical tourist junk so ...
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