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... both surprised at how clean and cool the air was. We agreed it was a nice change of pace from the hot and sticky city!
There is one Spanish Congregation in this particular area and the Kingdom Hall is attached to a Sister's house.
We parked the car in the Sister's front yard and took a short walk down the road to meet up with the group. We were both a little nervous to preach in Spanish. Thankfully, the householders ...
... been so encouraging and heartwarming to see how much the students admire and respect their English teacher, David.
David is 19 years old and is part of one of the families who was moved from the La Chureca (the dump) to Chacocente when Project Chacocente began. At the time, David was 8. Over the past 10+ years David has been a role model for the children at Chacocente, through his hard work in and out of school. He attended English school ...
Today was our first day on the project. We toured Project Chacocente, enticed a tarantula out of it's nest, ate delicious homemade Nicaraguan cuisine, worked a little and played a lot. Turns out that the kids of Project Chacocente are really good at basketball. They were cautious of my height and Mike's sweet dribbling skills but they definitely gave us a run for our money. ...
... rainfall, monkeys howling and rustling leaves -unusual, sometimes freaky, insects -a lot of rainfall -extreme humidity-Jolynn looks like she has a bad perm most of the time! -monkeys swinging and climbing -street dogs everywhere :( -Gallo pinto (rice and beans) -many potholes and aggressive drivers -interesting animal sightings: iguanas, lizards, crocodiles, tayras (weasel-like), toucan, monkeys, raccoons, capybaras, coatis (raccoon family), and many species of ...
... to throw children and virgins into the crater to please the gods. We were able to escape because of our age!
The other craters you can walk up to and around. These have erupted a few hundred years ago but there is still a measurable amount of movement on the base!
We were shown a small hill that is growing a few inches every year, and that apparently will be the next eruption.
Went to a town ,Masaya, with ...