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... we will take the midnight flight to Lima. While waiting, mom and I went "out" for dinner at a Cuban restaurant. We ate yuca, fried chicken, fried fish, spanish rice and plantains. The food was only ok but for the taste the price should be lower.
During the plane ride I like sitting by the window and seeing the view when we are in the clouds I took two pictures.
I don't want to bore you guys so I'll add more when I get to Lima.
... the cost for parking while there is a Vikings (football) game on if $25 while the Twins (baseball) is only $10. Guess baseball is a cheaper game to see all around.
Have gravitated to AmericInn Hotel & Suites which costs a little more than Super 8 or Motel 6 but they have a swimming pool and spa and much more comfortable/cleaner rooms.
After cooling off in the pool, I headed off ...
... we had a little play on the playground. It was lots of fun! We snacked on lots of things like chips and cherries. We also had pink lemonade.
Up the hill from Hannah’s back yard is a family that has kids around Hannah and Noah’s age. They play with Hannah and Noah a lot and their family was part of the group that we would do lots of get-togethers with. Anyway, we had a party at their house and we made some dinner and ...
... his life in a totally new direction?
Can this be real? I honestly don’t know if Erick has ever walked anyone through this entire process before. Certainly the Holy Spirit was leading.
Erick also reminded Deepak that this road will be difficult. There will be difficult times. The world will oppose him at times! Maybe even his family will oppose him! Cole offers up his fighter verse (the one he stated in chapel ...
... sisters we had not seen for a while.
We found out we could get a title on the car in the US because it had been written off by an insurance company as totaled in 1998 in Missouri. So selling it to someone who would take it back to Guatemala was the only way to get her off our hands. In the end we found a Mexican guy who ran a furniture shop in Santa Fe who bought La Monja. We passed by and saw that he had a sign in Spanish and some cars ...