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... wanted to hear more about what I was saying. He said, ‘at the Catholic church we read the same Bible, but this stuff you are telling me is different and I want to know more.’ He went on to say that he wanted to accept Jesus into his heart. As I looked into this man’s eyes it was as if I could see the Holy Spirit working inside of him. I told him that the translator was going to help guide him through the sinner’s prayer and he immediately started praying on ...
... else with. The swing set is rusted and the classrooms are covered in a layer of dust, as is everywhere. As in many schools at home there are two grades per classroom but for some unfathomable reason 1st and 6th are together, 2nd and 5th and well I suppose this one makes sense, 3rd and 4th. The kids have individual chairs with little table tops attached and one grade faces one way while the other grade faces the other. I´m not there ...
... was thrust in Chris' face by a keen hawker. It was so funny. You should have seen Chris' face. An armadillo made entirely of shells. Nice.
So the hostel we are currently staying in is at a safe distance from SJDS, perched on top of a hill with views down to the beach. It's one of the nicest places we have stayed so far. The rooms all have thatched roofs, there is an infinity pool that looks to the sea, and there is also a monkey who lives here. Buzz ...
... bus pretty much takes care of your passport for most of the journey. All you have to do is take your luggage off the bus at the Nicaraguan border to have them searched and fill in an immigration form. Simples.
Beers: Tona (pronounced tonya) and Victoria are the local beers and taste pretty good.
Cocktails: Macua (pronounced Maqua) is the local ...
... homes, and docks and boats around. There is no public beach and hardly any homes on the laguna.
Another day we hiked Volcan Mombacho. Its was about 5 Km up a very steep incline. Then we walked around in the cloud forest there. There was a great view, but it was a bit cloudy. We could hear Howler monkeys that were very loud and there seemed to be a bunch of them, but we never saw them. They sounded almost like dogs barking. On ...
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