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... Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy/Stink Master remained on stage and became part of the show. He followed the crowd of Roman soldiers as they took Jesus down the road to Calvary holding the cross. At one point Sloth Guy/Shoe Shine Guy/Stink Master was so curious -- he stood in front of the entire show mesmerized by the story of the gospel.
The presentation ended and Pastor Ron Herrod began to preach the truth of the Word ...
... less grip we had but finally we made it to the WINDY peak. With five minutes of silence and meditation our bodies rejuvenated before winding back down the mountain. Students were surprised to find that the end of our hike was met with a taste of home, Pizza and Coca-Cola. After a day of hard work and great laughs we joined together for one last group activity, adding more positive thoughts to our day before bed.
-Olivia and ...
... birthday flower, this one almost appearing like magic (is the one where a wand turns into flowers). Stop #2: Laguna Beach Club for more R&R, your entrance covers paddleboarding, tubing, kayaking and more. Just pay for lung and beverages. Next up, Mombacho volcano for a peek at a still active volcano, though why you're mostly see is sulphur rising. ...
... quoting the price of everything, I think you got it... Nicaragua is probably the cheapest country I have ever been to.
Arriving in the afternoon allowed me to chill at the hostel through the hottest hours of the day and head out a little later to explore the town. I wondered the center for an hour or so and ticked off one colonial church after another, the central market and had a late lunch of tipica and steak from the ...
Beard Heading north through Central America and times a ticking, so in retrospect, a few nights in Granada seems like a bit of a waste now. Yeah, it's got some colourful, ornate churches and a grandeur cemetery, but the city's oppressive heat makes absorbing the sights hard going. One afternoon, whilst dripping on the pavement wandering the streets looking for a post office, some kid walked by shouting, "Hey, it's Mr Capo", pointing at me. Back at our hostel, ...