Holiday Inn Managua - Convention Center
Travel Blogs from Managua
Our travel starts at 1:30 AM with a trip to Omaha, NE. We fly from Omaha to Denver and from Denver to Houston. While in the Houston airport I make two new friends. One is a lady that sits by me and starts making conversation about the people boarding the Newark plane. She says they are not dressed appropriately. It is very cold there. I can tell …
... we happened to be on the same street my host dad had to drive down. It's easy to say, we got lucky, or we experienced some incredible coincidence. I believe God was simply upholding his promise.
All of Psalm 37 is applicable but especially verse 24 which says:
'The steps of a man are established by the Lord,
when he delights in his way;
though he fall, he shall not be cast headlong,
for the Lord upholds his hand."
... learn, ourselves. By spending time going in different groups and with the different translators, we were able to feed off each other while sharing. We learned different analogies and examples to use to help explain the Gospel. We memorized Scripture. We became better equipped with the Gospel. VBS both days was, as always, a highlight. On Wednesday we stayed at that private school to work with the cutest preschool to elementary age kids you've ever seen, ...
... to the top of the volcano, so we didn't have to finish the hike on our own and have me die of heat stroke. Talk about manifestation!!! We made it to the top, attempted to peer inside the active volcano, but all the sulfurous gas made it hard to see anything, and then grabbed some fresh coconut water and hiked back down just in time for the sun to start to go down and a fresh breeze that followed us all the way back.
... English like Texans. It was 5:45 AM. The dad looked like Michael J Fox, but when his voice came out it was all Schwarzenegger on a megaphone. He made me want to sit up straight. He had charming dimples, and tight little khakis, but the voice of a general.
“Sit!” he said. “Look out window!”
“Dad,” his younger son whined. “It’s dark. And Houston is ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service