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... I think my 5th bus of the day after also getting 2 boats).
Border towns are always a bit grim and this was no exception. I wanted to get to a National Park called El Impossible nearby but first needed some cash. Some ******** wouldn’t leave me alone, saying he would take me to the park – noooo, and then show me where the ATM was – yehhh nice try! I noticed he was kinda still watching across the street as I did go ...
... Here we went into the forest and a trekked to several waterfalls. We jumped from them, ranging in height from 2m to 14m. This was great fun and certainly felt off the beaten track. It definitely wouldn't have passed health and safety back home. At one fall, the guides threw a rock and told a few of us to test how deep it was by jumping and keeping our knees up. For those who didn't jump, they tied some rope to a harness and lowered them manually down the side of the ...
No sleep problems for me last night. I popped in my ear plugs at around 11:30 pm and dropped off to sleep almost at once. So I was pretty well rested in the morning.
When I got to the work site Brian pulled me aside and asked “How flexible are you feeling today?” I told him I thought I was feeling flexible (always a good idea to hedge your reply). Then he told me ...
... song, too, to add to our repertoire.
We then returned back to the hotel for dinner (a great meal
of tamales) followed by devotions in our room.
Tim had devotions tonight and he led a guided discussion of our
reflections on the mission so far. The
discussion was an opportunity for each of us to discuss our impressions and voice
any questions or concerns. One of the
things I got out of the discussion was the strengths and ...
... Juan de Dios preach (he will speak in both English and Spanish). Instead we headed to the Pupusa Restaurant for dinner. The pupusas were a good as I remembered. An added treat was that Ellyn, Brian’s wife, joined us. Ellyn is a missionary with the United General Board of Global Ministries. Ellyn is serving in the area of Christian Education for the Methodist Church in El Salvador. It was good to meet Ellyn ...