Hotel Casa Del Sol
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... they did pick us up from outside the hostel. On the way back into Granada we saw a funeral procession lead by a horse drawn hearse.
It was a bit overcast and drizzly when we got up on Sunday. We planned on going to the lake for a look-see but by the time we had finished breakfast it was only 2 hours until kick-off of the world cup final. So after relaxing for a while we watched the football with the Argentinians, Germans, ...
To be honest, these last two days were draining. Many of us just felt "worn" (cue the Tenth Avenue North song). Plans were changed, and we had to be flexible. We were supposed to be spend all of Wednesday and Thursday doing ministry at a public preschool, elementary school, and high school. But as we arrived at the steps of the first school Wednesday morning, we found out that we were not going to be allowed in. We learned later that in Nicaragua, they ...
... few days. The second benefit, the factory was back up and running and I was knocking on their door first thing in the morning for my very own Willy Wonka experience. Castillo de Cacao was set up in 2005 by two Dutch and one Central American and has been producing delicious chocolate ever since. Initially much of the process was by hand, some machinery has been added to make the process more efficient but you can still watch the three women who ...
... labor in the garden, as well as the post-clinic reflections, brought us all closer together.
Even more fulfilling, however, was our trip to El hogar de los ancianos. As a group, we were able to interact with the elderly in the area, and learn about their lives and experiences in the country. We enjoyed dancing, and laughing, and touring the facility. One of our favorite parts, ...
So I got out of the house this week and Susana took me to a local national park in the neighboring city of Mayasa to see two volcanoes, one active and one inactive. We unfortunately decided to make this trek at 1pm (the hottest part of the day; high of 94 degrees) and even though the hike was relatively mild, it was mostly unshaded and my body was basically saying NO WAY, WHAT THE HELL ARE YOU DOING? Looks like I've gotten a bit ...