Hodelpa Centro Plaza Hotel
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... cabbage salad
- Dinner- Some form of plantains, yuca, fried cheese, fried salami, eggs, mashed potatoes, rice pudding, or a sandwich
... I can tell you that, having class for 6 hours a day is normal and I have two two hour classes back to back. I feel like I'm in class ALL day. I guess that's because I pretty much am. All of my classes are in Spanish although most of them have several (if not all) foreign exchange students. I am taking:
- Latin American Film
- Advanced Spanish II
- Stage craft/theatre?...stay tuned... I'm not 100% ...
Today was truly a day of worship.
I am not speaking only in regards to worship within the walls of a church, but also worship within our hearts, and worship demonstrated through our actions. The day was surprisingly full, with a village trip planned for the morning, shopping at the supermarket for dinner today and food distribution tomorrow, cooking dinner for the team at Denny's house, attending church in the evening (with Anthony as translator), and ...
... and headed out for cleanup and dinner, somewhat tired but excited about the work we were able to do today. The majority of the team was dropped off at the hotel (that some of the girls are staying at) to get dinner, and Justin, Anthony, Jill and our bus driver headed over to a local hospital to get an x-ray of Jill's injured ankle.
**Update on the ankle: not broken, just a bad sprain (thank God!).
... to participate in the food distribution, she was able to get fully involved during our second opportunity of the day—a visit to the orphanage for handicapped children.
Each year the D.R. team visits this particular orphanage, and each year it is one of the most impacting of all the ministry opportunities we participate in. No photos are allowed for privacy reasons, but ...