Several significant things happened today. First Boss Koss (ie Dave Koss) took home the MVP for the day. Dave 1) successfully ordered two ice creams without opening his mouth once, 2) offered a new nickname for Ryan that I think is going to really stick (BD, for bulldog) and 3) proceeded to call out every stray dog we saw by yelling “chucho!” (I don’t know if I spelled that right or not).
Big day for the boss.
Anyways, we are in Jalapa now. Leaving Guatemala City today was a little bit of an adventure. The rainy season isn’t just a clever nickname. It rains here. Hard. But we arrived safely amidst the rushing waters on both sides of our truck.
Ana (who works for Little Lambs) was able to meet up with an individual from Hogar Miguel Magone last night and drop off a couple duffel bags of shoes. Ana is a rockstar.
The second big thing to happen was we experienced our first Pollo Campero tonight for dinner. Delicious.
Construction starts early tomorrow. Looking forward to it.
Oh, one more thing. We attended “Casa de Dios” this morning for church. It’s a 4,000-person church per service (they have four every Sunday). It was pretty cool. The pastor’s name: Cash Luna. I’m not even making that up. Awesome.