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... springs, very remote and they pretty much in someone's back garden! It was like stepping into a bath, it was so relaxing! The river next to the springs was full of rapids, we must let them carry us along! Riding around the countryside of Boquete in the back of a jeep is amazing the scenery is just so beautiful and the days activities were only half completed! After attempting to nap we donned our hiking gear, jumped in the back of the jeep ...
... school building. It sounded like a lot of fun but when we realized they would be speaking a more involved creole that we wouldn't understand and that it was our last day in Bocas we opted to hit a beach one last time. Before we left one of the elders invited us over to his house for music night with some friends, which worked out perfectly. We'd have time to lay on the beach, make it back to change, and I could finally stop shaking from guitar withdrawal :) ...
... rents out Quads here. So we talked all night I went to bed quite drunk, did not do any hiking the next day as i was suffering some terrible hunover...the last wine must have been bad.. In the afternoon I was invited to do a Quad tour in the coffee mountains. That was quite fun. In the evening we would go see Adam sing and celebrate the birthday of the two durch giris I met. Nice stay in ...
... have to save that it is coping with loneliness. While the ministry is fantastic and I wouldn't trade it for anything, it's not possible to preach 24/7. During the hours spent at home, it's easy to become bored and/or lonely fairly fast.
I try to counteract this by inviting a different family over for supper once a week. I also covered my walls with pictures of family and friends to make my house feel more like a home. I try to keep in ...
So I haven´t had the opportunity to focus any entries strictly on Linguja de Siña (Sign Language) yet, so I would like to dedicate this entry to my other congregation in Penonomé, the Sign language congregation.
Penonomé is the capital city of Coclé province, and about a 35 min bus ride away from Antón. The sign language congregation there is home to 12 Publishers, 2 of which are deaf. You may be surprised to think how such ...
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