View from the other missionaries' house in Fort D....livin the life.
Did a service project and started to build a water tower at a pig farm that one of the branch presidents here owns and a couple returned missionaries. A couple pics from that.
It was Olivia's birthday so I gave her a glowstick and some snacks. She is daughter of this investigator family.
For all the other missionaries seeing these pics, I am sorry that your misison president isn't as cool as ours. We were allowed to canoe out to some hidden beaches like the one I went to a month or so ago. Lets just say work hard play hard is how we do it here.
The little village we canoed out to...the kids and people were either scared of us or did not like us. But we started playing games with the kids and they went crazy..I wish I could send the videos. We had to move to a bigger area cuz so many people joined in and as we were moving to a new place I got all the kids to chant Kilalao which means game. The whole village was definitely aware that some white guys were there haha. It was so fun. We were fed some rice and tsara maso and it was gooooood.
Some more pics from the best pday ever. Saw this guy on the hike to the beach and there was not another person around. Really liked his outfit but he was just chopping some firewood. Wouldn't be surprised if he had a couple drinks too haha.
The beach had some huge waves and got some cool pics.
The canoe trip back we got the motor boat haha. It didn't take us three hours, so that was nice.