InterContinental Real Managua At Metrocentro Mall
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... T about us. In those two hours we gave every morning for the past week, we were able to spend time personally ministering to people and pouring our hearts out to them. We were able to witness more people coming to Christ. In those door-to-door experiences, we had the opportunity to give each individual our time, get to know them, and see their eyes light up as they finally began to understand the Gospel. Five days of that kind of ministry allowed us to ...
We spent our final days reading, reading, and reading-- walking into the village, swimming and eating. We had a couple days of rain but it was a nice break from the heat and sun burns. Three weeks was enough time to forget about everyday stresses, lose track of time, and look forward to returning to our home. We have two days of travel ahead of us, one to Managua and Managua home. On one of our last nights the fireflies lit up the ...
... through Granada to the countryside. We passed all sorts of rural lands and houses and ranches and animals. And to be honest, it was beautiful and gorgeous (once I overlooked quite a bit of trash in the streets) but I was so focused on the pain from all the weight on my shoulders and neck that I wasn't able to fully appreciate all of the beauty. I thought about taking out my camera but we were on a pretty fast pace and I ...
... who says that we have the law of attraction all wrong, and it's not so much an experience of figuring out a way to pull things to you that you want (which requires effort) but it's more an experience of understanding that everything in the Universe operates in terms of energy and frequency and that all the good things that are vibrating at your similar frequency are trying to get to you all the time. So it's more a sense of ...
... 8220;negligencia), on my behalf, and no one at the condos is in danger (“correr peligro”), and there is no need to “llamar la policia” and by the time we were done, I knew I shouldn’t have opened my mouth in the first place because those weren’t the “verbos of communicacion” that Geraldo had come prepared to teach us that day and I could tell that both he and Stephanie thought I was a weirdo.
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- Wheelchair accessibility