Perla de Sosua
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... I can pick up is a few words or a verse it is still so neat to see the love the people here have for Christ and to have the pleasure of worshipping along side them. I often feel that in countries where people have less they are more able to connect with God. They seem to have less objects to get in their way. They love God and are willing to show his love in anyway they can. They are so welcoming ...
Spent the morning at the Centro Leon Museum in Santiago.
The three exhibits focused on the anthropological aspects of the Dominican culture, some of the country's art, as well as a photography exhibit by the acclaimed Dominican photographer, Apeco.
Here are some pictures we ...
... the information so all we picked up was from pictures. This country has a rich history with many wars. The monument had displays on each that portrayed the country's bloody past. At the top of the monument we were able to look out over the city in all directions.
I am excited to learn more about the people that live here now and the unique struggles they face. The amount of poverty even within this city has surprised me. However the people are kind ...
... when they do not answer that, I feel a bit put
out. Work is stressful because so much is expected to be done immediately. With
phones, texting, email, internet, and quite a few ways to deliver a piece of mail,
we tend to feel that we should not have to wait long for anything.
Being here has taught us to be patient. Waiting is not such a bad thing when you know that no
one is really expecting anything to happen too fast. As strange as it may
We could not have asked for a better sail through the night. The skies remained clear and that big full moon just lit the way. The winds were so consistent that we maintained at least 6 knots through the night. Given the 80 nautical miles between Big Sand Cay and Luperon, we left yesterday at 1400, hoping to arrive just after sunrise today. With our consistent speed, we actually struck the jib from 0400 to 0500 to ensure we wouldn't make our arrival on the ...