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Hi folks. It's late and we have an early start in the morning. 5am! Then a 12hour drive day plus a border crossing into Honduras so I want to settle down quite soon. Today was a day of two halves. This morning I relaxed and had a massage off a blind man. Really good. At 2pm we were picked up for a trip we could book onto. We drove out for 90 …
... name is Crisbel, she is 18 and taller than me, and this was the second time we have met. Last year I swung by her village for a day and met her family and town, and this year she came to us at a hotel in Managua. It was a lovely time, we played games, chatted, and hung out with some parrots that were kept on the hotel grounds. I couldn't get over feeling so blessed to see her again so soon! She has a year left of high school and promised me ...
... we happened to be on the same street my host dad had to drive down. It's easy to say, we got lucky, or we experienced some incredible coincidence. I believe God was simply upholding his promise.
All of Psalm 37 is applicable but especially verse 24 which says:
'The steps of a man are established by the Lord,
when he delights in his way;
though he fall, he shall not be cast headlong,
for the Lord upholds his hand."
After Ometepe we travelled to Granada. This town was burnt down after William Walker attempted to make himself president of Central America. Fortunately it was rebuilt in the same style leaving it looking like a very picturesque colonial town. This was a place to take it easy. We rented some bikes to tour at our own pace and chilled by the ...
... work or force the conversation down a path where it wasn't meant to go.
He ended up leaving the bar saying he enjoyed our conversation, with a smile on his face, wishing me well in my travels and looking much lighter than when I met him and that made me feel good. I mean technically I could have let myself get sucked into his drama and his negative energy, or I could have just read his energy and chose not to engage in the conversation ...