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I think everyone can agree that today was just an overall great day. It was full of laughter and fun and best of all a lot of young people came to know Christ. Instead of going door-to-door this morning, we went to a public high school. Public high schools in Nicaragua are very different from public high schools in America. The kids all had uniforms, and just the fact that we were allowed to go in and minister to them says a lot.
... with next to nothing.
Time keeps flying, life continues as usual, well what most would consider unusual but normal has taken on a whole new meaning for me. I´m looking forward to this stint away but know that I will be ready to return home to Jiquilillo when the time comes. It´s always a nice feeling when you´re living away to have a place to call home, and home and my Nica family will be waiting for me when I return.
... I'm really looking forward to Guatemala! We've been in Nica about 6 weeks or so, it's been great, but Guatemala will be refreshing (both literally, since it's cooler there, and also in terms of new things to see and do).
So that's probably enough from me! Just one more thing - it would be lovely to hear from you - I really don't hate comments on this blog, and I have nothing against emails! So hope to hear from you soon! Let me know what you're up to!
... me to spend time in a Backpackers hostel. Quite a few of the people here are interesting. One guy gave me his story as to why he was here as follows. To give you a picture, "Jonny" had a grey pony tail with his cap on backwards. He told the story like this:
Jonny´s friend: So Jonny, have you seen Central America?
Jonny: Sure, I went to Mexico last fall, and went to Panama a few years back
Thank you everyone for all your kind remarks! PHOTOS! Daniel came to the rescue! My pics aren't great quality (my camera won't pick up color vey well), but its an idea of what it is like here! HIGHLIGHTS: micro-bus rides, cheesecake, chocolate, meeting homestay family, one direction, volcanoes, and more! FACTOID OF THE WEEK: Nicaragua's revolutionary march took place in 1979 (that's less than 33 years ago! Yipes!). It marked the day Somoza fled the country to be ...