Wyndham Grand Playa Blanca
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... and higher into the mountains. As I sat watching out the window, I could have fooled myself into believing we were on a airplane not riding in a car.
The brothers are careful not to be idle with their time, and as we had a lengthy amount of time wasted driving, we pulled up curbside and chatted with any road construction crews who didn't look terribly busy.
Our first stop ...
... in Panama everything shuts down by 6pm, at which point people go into their homes and stay there. Its nice and relaxing to study or read quietly for a few hours after a long hot day of preaching, but one hour turns into two, turns into five, turns into more and suddenly it isn't so relaxing anymore.
I'm open to suggestions if you have ever served in similar circumstances, what did you do to keep occupied?
... studies which gives me something to look forward to every day.
- The congregation is a blessing because it is so warm and loving. The unity here is outstanding, and I feel like every fellow servant is a sibling, parent or grandparent to me.
- The association here is so upbuilding. Most week night I spend with Judy, who is a spiritual giant and has worked in almost every known form of service to Jehovah from isolated and interbred communities in the States ...
... 8217;t have a great deal of perspicacity about. So I stayed over his place and early the next morning we dropped off Jackie and Davita for the ministry and we headed into the mountains. It was a treacherous 2 hour drive, following steep, winding roads barely etched out of the red clay. Evidence of recent mudslides obstructing the one-lane road reminded us of the importance of returning before the rain came. We crossed a stream and a small river, the waters of the river ...
... little beach café run by the Canadians, although there was no sign of them. We sat at a table in the sand and had our drinks as the sun set.
I started talking with a young couple sitting nearby. They turned out to be Dutch, probably about thirty. They had spent a portion of their month-long trip on a charter catamaran they shared with 15 other friends in the Archipelago de San Blas, which are islands off the Panamanian coast ...