Hotel Los Balcones De Leon
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... happy. I think they are an excellent example of doing all you can for Jehovah while you are young. We also met some older retired couples from Australia and Canada that serve here. It is so encouraging to be around these zealous self-sacrificing ones!
On Sunday morning we went out in field service. We got pretty sweaty from service so we took showers and went to the meeting. After the meeting we caught a ...
We woke up at 5:30am and started a road trip to Leon, Nicaragua where we arrived at 1:00am. It was terrible. And the Nicaraguan border was the worst so far. Everything is just backwards and over complicated here. It ended up being a super frustrating and long day. That's all I want to remember about this day so I won't write any ...
... outside the cathedral to hear
about our next activity, which was a scavenger hunt. We divided into four
teams, each team accompanied by a trip leader, and were given a sheet of paper
that outlined the rules of the activity. The paper also had a list of things
that we were take pictures with in Nicaragua, whether it be a picture with a
person carrying something on their head or a picture of us in front of ...
... really thinking it would be on the cards anyway. Instead we headed five minutes down the road for the included lunch, which were pretty decent fajitas. Back in town I headed straight for the showers, and after intense scrubbing (and a lifetime of ear cleaning) headed straight to bed for two and a half hours of downtime.
Despite being the last night together for most of us everyone was too tired to get on it in true celebration style (though I could've if ...
... a man who fought to get rid of the Americans and Imperialism. They attacked the marines and fought them very successfully. Finally because of the depression in the US, the military was recalled to the US in 1934. In the 1970's, the Sandinistas fought to oust the Samosas. The Samosas were a family dynasty of very cruel and corrupt dictators. They kept the people uneducated and poor. Many people who objected to their rule were murdered. The Sandanistas ...