Hosteria La Perla
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
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... had in store for us. This town, known for its artisans and textiles, is a Lilliputian. Cute, colorful and serene. The locals are very friendly, and although most do not attempt to speak English to us, they are patient with our broken Spanish and most offer a hardy "Buenas!" as we pass. We easily found a hostal and within a couple of hours had wandered up and down, over and around the cobblestone streets, marveling at the lovely murals that seem ...
So sorry not to update this sooner but we've been going non stop for three days. Friday was incredible. We had our team, all the normal workers, about 8 US volunteers who came for the dedication, and 30 some church members, mostly women and children. When we arrived it hardly looked ready for dedication but it was truly amazing how much 80 some people can accomplish. A tree was taken down and the church ...
... Methodist church. Once the information was captured Sarah, Emmanuel, Teresa and I went to the grocery store to by ice cream.
Tomorrow we will head for the beach for a bit of R&R. The week has really flown by. It has been interesting to watch many on the team’s Spanish improve. I believe that this mission has been marked by laughter. I hear it all the time. It is truly a joyful noise unto the ...
... a list of “would really like to have” meds. We will also have to decide how much money we have to spend.
Shortly afterwards we were on the bus and heading to Ahuachapán. It was good to see Memo and Mary Lou again. Mimo had made a few renovations to the hotel – a fountain near the eating room and a gated wall. Dinner was a soup/stew and it was delicious. We ended dinner with a devotion by Joe. Joe talked ...
... informations panels, which are only in Spanish. Then I walked around the ruins, around being the operative word, as the pyramids cannot be climbed up. There is a little shadey area for cooling down and not much else. It is true that most tourists finish looking around in one hr. The site is still worth seeing, although very small. I walked to the FLMN cemetery and saw brightly coloured tombs, though without plaques using terms such as ´commandante´. I had my yam with onions ...