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... Brother Ron told the hard truth about being left behind if one doesn't accept Jesus. Again, this homeless man watched and listened -- not from the audience but standing right next to Brother Ron on stage!
It was now time for the gospel presentation and as I sat listening to Brother Ron share the invitation to receive Christ -- I considered when I would shower and get the stench off of me. Eyes closed, I feel a tap on ...
Our day began at 7:20 when we
walked across the street to the restaurant by the local park. After breakfast
we took a scenic walk throughout the town of Boaco until we arrived at our
destination: Clinica Verde. There, we were oriented to the garden where we
“double dug” beds of soil so that the land would be more fertile (in other
words, the soil was too hard to ...
... to head up top see the scenery, but as it was a little late, the only way to go was on horseback. A pleasant add to the day though there was some miscommunication on the price. Still worth it though. Dinner was chill tonight, pizza by the pool. We definitely ordered way too much, but were able to share with some hotel staff as well as the needy ...
... 8217;s street food. Getting board with the basics, I decided to wonder a little further afield, first to check out a market on the outskirts which seemed much more gritty and local. Still with some hours of daylight left, I walked west to the grungy area of Sutiava, which was apparently the home town of an indigenous tribal people long before the founding of the colonial town of Leon. As the sun set I arrived there to find yet ...
... speaking Guatemalan explained that a 'Capo' is slang for a drug-lord. She went on to say that people with long hair and beards hold such status in the Nicaraguan underworld. Good to know I've got something to fall back on before making my next career move. Laguna de Apoyo, a picturesque lagoon, provides a cooling escape from the city's heat and annoying teenagers. On the downside, when you spend too long in the water, you leave with a thin layer ...