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... us with such zeal at church this morning that I assumed Ms. Mary knew her already! And looking into the big brown eyes of the Nicaraguan kids!!! Thank you for all the prayers! Please continue to pray for souls to be won for the kingdom of Our Lord! Blessings Christine McCloy God always puts us in the middle of a great adventure. The first day of I was expecting a Women’s Conference and ended up ...
... from pain. Apparently, the effects can last 6 wks to a year!! I have been eaten up here! Since I never see anything, I'm not sure what is biting me and I just hate to wear DEET night and day! It's been a little better here in Nicaragua because there has been a big breeze off the lake. And, so ends my first day in Nicaragua! This seems like a chill place to be. Relatively touristy and lots of ex-pats from the U.S., Canada and the Netherlands here. ...
... corn tortillas,with cream, vinegar, chopped cabbage, and marinated onions on it) and vigoron (cabbage salad on top of boiled yuca, with chicharrones or fried pork skin).
Then we want off in search of a beer or two at a nice bar. We found a place on a corner where we could rest, drink beer, and watch the world go by. Nice rest!
After our beer rest we walked back to our hotel and took naps which was very ...
... airport. Then we saw one of those dreaded signs, which essentially stated that if you are a cyclist and reading this, you have gone too far and have to go back. Why the sign isn't erected before you are riding illegally is a mystery. Unfortunately that meant pushing the bikes back towards a constant four-lane flow of fast moving traffic with no hard shoulder to speak of. This was probably the most dangerous 400m of the whole trip and we were mightily relieved when ...
... the only one guilty of this as later in the day all of us took a cooking class where we made authentic Nicaraguan food (everything went through the fryer before it hit the table).
On our final day we took a boat tour of the Volcanic islands on Lake Nicaragua. The guide thought that since we paid for 2 hours he would be able to drive slow and squeeze a few extra dollars out of us, unfortunately for him that didn't happen, fortunately for us we got an extra ...