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... productive and successful life guided by Biblical principles. Now, there are a dozen or so boys and girls - aged 6 to 21 - living on the property. They are there by choice. He doesn't make them stay. In fact, some of them have left in the past because they prefer the freedom that life on the streets offers. But there are rules at Zion's Gate. There are chores and work to be done. There are clear expectations set forth for ones behavior and ...
... decent. The only thing that was annoying
was I thought the last bus was at 4pm so absolutely cheesed it round, when in
fact I had an extra couple of hours to go explore. I was absolutely knackered
by the time I finished :(
Made it back to David’s via Burger King for the second night
running, and generally just chilled out that night, before getting the hell out
of Tegucigalpa the following morning.
Predictably, the bus station
... whose lives will be improved by your donations. It is truly an amazing thing. One elderly man that I gave reading glasses to today was so appreciative of them that he did not want to take them off. To see how what we (in the U.S.) see as small can make such an impact on someone is an amazing thing. After working in the clinic, we returned to Chuloteca where there was a massive rainstorm! The patio in our ...
... of his went up the hills to give Eduardo and me a ride back to town
around 2 am. Chuy is Eduardo´s best friend, he´s my friend too and the drummer
of our band. As they were waiting for us they parked in front of an old
catholic church in the woods that they found very creepy, so they were teasing
themselves about it all the way back. I was half asleep so I can barely
remember what they were saying.
We all went
to Eduardo´s house and ...
... anyway and there was no problem. So we’re going to see how it goes with our small group of gay men during the coming 12 days.
My flights are like clockwork, and as promised the landing in Tegucigalpa is one of the most dramatic in the world! Because of the prevailing winds, you have to descend through the mountains and then bank sharply 180 degrees, all the while dropping like a rock, and ...