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Our desire has been to encourage Christians where ever we find them. And we found out that a friend that we knew in 2003 in Argentina and her husband, as well as her brother, are in San Luis beginning a work for God. (San Luis is 11 hours from Buenos Aires, on the way to Santiago, Chile.) So we made a stopover to encourage them and to have a Bible study. It was a great time of encouragement for all of ...
... like to think that with the right application and prelim research that I could get a grant to do some indepth field study on this. After all, when you think about it, I mean really think about it - what city might be next? Buenos Aires? Santiago? Dayton, Ohio? Oh, yea, I think there is something here.
We have developed several theories (did I mention there is not a lot to do here?).
Suicide. The toads wait at the side of the road until ...
... skin feel outrageously good. Alan and I have not used the shower at all – just jump in this football field size tub and rub-a-dub dub!!
That’s about all there is to do in Balde, Argentina, but believe me it can take up your whole day.
Tomorrow, early we leave for Mendoza. If we are lucky we will catch the 7am bus back to San Luis and be on a bus for Mendoza by 10am or better. Five or so hours later we will be in ...
What to do at a bus station (First in a series)
After an ungodly wait at the bus station in Merlo, where we couldn't get off the bus, we finally pulled out, on our way again to San Luis. Four hours later we pulled into San Luis.
An hour later and many attempts at finding a bus to Balde, we were still in San Luis. An hour after that we were booked into a hotel in San Luis. And there you have it.
The upside of traveling without ...
... was conversation, music, and good food. What had started as a bad day turned out to be one of the very best. I headed back to San Luis a few hours later, and met some cool people when i got back to my hostel. It was like another mini party with everyone talking, cooking their food, and passing around drinks. While the towns themselves weren’t that hyped up, the people I met were awesome.