Many adventures were had this week in Fruitillar. Many miles walked, many rain drops fallen, many fleas contracted :(, many cold nights spent, many "hola"'s shot down, but no spirits were weakened. The work is moving steadily along, this week we worked really really hard to find some new people. Not too much luck was had, but we have a lot of potential people.
Highlight of this week was a drunk man we met named Diego, who sang us a song, cried, danced with a dog, and kissed Elder Ryan's hand about 100 times.
This Sunday I also got to teach a gospel principles class in Spanish about the life of the Savior. The class didn't have a teacher, so I volunteered, and winged a 20 minute lesson on the earthly ministry of Christ, in front of the other missionaries, and members of the stake presidency. Not too bad for some gringo!
Lots of pictures this week of Fruitillar and the food here, it's so amazing. We really enjoyed this week, and next week I will have plenty more updates. The work is steadily moving along here.
Love to you all,
|We found this little German shop down by the beach, that sells all these alpaca sweaters, socks and mittens, everything they make is hand made!|
|This is the theatre on the beach, it's the biggest in South America...it's ridiculous.|
|My first completo...it was amazing, it puts hot dogs in the US to shame.|
| This is the view from Fruitillar Bajo. |
If it wasn't foggy there would be a gigantic unreal volcano right there.