Hosteria La Perla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... me wrong, we try lots of different things, but it usually comes back to rice and chicken. Today, at our most expensive lunch on this trip ($27 US), I ordered chicken soup, Alan ordered ribs. The soup was fine, not special, and it came with a side of grilled chicken and rice (surprise!). This poor bird gave her life for nothing. I mean there wasn’t more than a couple of ounces of edible meat on the entire leg and thigh. I’ve never ...
... We were then taken to have a nice lunch with Habitat staff and the Board of Directors before we headed back to the hotel to change clothes and pick up our bags to head to San Salvador. We checked into our new home, La Posada del Angel, and then enjoyed an evening at Paseo El Carmen, an area of the city with a street fair, beautiful Catholic Church and restaurants. We left very full, very tired, and very satisfied with a wonderful day.
... hotel for dinner and then devotions. Elana had the devotion. It was about the fruit of the spirit. We talked about how the fruit of the Spirit ma develop over time along our faith walk. We also considered that the body of Christ may supply its members with the attributes of the fruit of the Spirit the individual members may be weaker in. Food for thought.
After the devotion some of us walked down to the store to get ice cream. Then when ...
Breakfast at 6:30 and ready to leave at 7:30 for the worksite at Cristo Rey Church. First a picture of our group of 23 in our new "Live Generous" T- shirts. Those T- shirts won't be clean for long! Habitat employees and the masons were ready for us when we arrived. Group introductions and then to work! Wheelbarrows moved dirt ...
... to have mine without pork. This was not enough food of course. A young lady was throwing disinfectant on the floor and then mopping, all whilst people were eating. This is not the first time I have seen this.
Next, I went in search of as chilateria. Chilate is a drink made of corn that is traditional and customary of this area. I found the place after walking for a while and was told I had to wait for 1/2 an hr before it opened. I went into a bakery and a biscuit ...