Hotel El Maltese
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Jehovah's Witnesses are known for our preaching work. However, we want to do more than just preach; we also want to teach people the Bible. The field is white for harvesting in Nicaragua and there are many opportunities to start and conduct Bible studies. Granada Ingles is no exception. Currently the congregation has about 39 publishers and they conduct up to as many as 89 Bible studies every month!
The direct ...
... would not respond as well as it did in its younger days? Nikki came along (because she is awesome) for moral support.
I was really nervous and I think the doctor could sense it. He asked how I was feeling and I told him, "Tengo preocupada." He smiled and said, "You have nothing to worry about, you will be fine".
Turns out he was right! He used local anthesisa and administered 3 shots because as he ...
... and asked us if we wanted a tour of the city. It was tempting, however we decided not to spend money on this, but just explore on our own. There is also a large cathedral in Granada and since today is Sunday, we were able to go to a church service. We just poked our heads in for 10 minutes, but it was absolutely beautiful! I know God could hear all that lovely singing that echoed so nicely in the beautiful building! We ...
We arrived in Granada via shuttle as we had to meet the organiser of our school and the family we would be staying with by 12:30. We were a little late only getting there at 13:00. And we were pleasantly surprised at how different Granada was to Leon. The streets are wider and much cleaner and the town is very quaint and pretty. We met Lucia at the chocolate shop (the school was on the same premises). She took us to go and meet our family. Winston and Mariosa and ...
... not so patiently held up a street full of traffic (including a police car ith sirens wailling) whilst we doubled the funds.
It was already pretty dark by the time we arrived, and we set off for food as soon as, eventually finding some decent street food. The hostel is a "party" one, and we settled in for some drinks, but were nowhere near the level of high as everybody else who were clearly on something a lot lot stronger than alcohol. ...