Brian and I are sitting in a coffee shop in
It's impossible to tell you all of the neat experiences but our favorite so far was last night. We walked out of our hotel looking for dinner. We both were craving atole (a traditional rice or corn based drink that's either sweet and cinnamony or spicy and salty). We saw an open door with a table out front. Poking our heads in, we saw a tiny room with two tables and a lady ladling out atoll into dishes. We went in and 2 hours later we'd had delicious atole and tostadas and enjoyable conversation with the owners.
Today we're hoping to visit a house that takes in malnourished infants. Tomorrow and the next day we'll help out at the YWAM base and then Tuesday we'll head back to
Just the short period of time that we've been here has shown us a small glimpse of incredible poverty. The 1980s war in
We're aiming to leave
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Hope that your Christmas season is peaceful and focused on what's truly valuable.