The local news came to see as well!
From Angola with Love,
|Guts bowl |
Okay, now that that's behind us, let's continue on with our trip, "oh what? You want that to go in the back of my car? in a corn sack? um okay. " When we arrived at our beautiful destination, my the carpet in the back of my car was covered in blood. That was a first for me, ha, I'm sure you all have been there.
We took our car as far as possible and then walked the rest. This little community has one well for the people to haul waterto their houses every morning.
Here is the church we came to visit and teach.
Behind Elizabeth is the adobe hut that we stayed in.
Our main reason for going was to encourage and teach the church. Saturday afternoon we had a small gathering and Elizabeth and I taught about basic sanitation and hygenic issues, along with child rearing and vaccinations.
Then the next moring we lead the Sunday service and all the choirs had a special song for us.
Each of us three ladies were given a chicken as a parting gift. And yes, that was also to go in the back of the car. They were mostly good passengers, only complained with a bag fell on them.
And then below are pics from the drive back. Thanks for Reading.
From Angola with Love, Lori