Morning Meandering from Honduras

Good Morning!

This morning I am sitting at my nightstand… coffee close by and looking out the window from my upstairs room in Tegucigalpa Honduras.

We are preparing to go to El Sambrador this afternoon, about a four-hour drive from where we are and we will stay there for two nights checking out area mission fields.  I am supposed to be packing for this but instead I am taking the time to touch base with my book friends.  😀

Since we arrived here Thursday morning we have been to 5 different areas to see what they are doing and what there needs are.  It is a lot to take in as the needs everywhere are so large.  On Friday we stayed over night in Le Esperanza which was about a four-hour drive in another direction.  We are spending a lot of time in a van and when I am not checking out the beautiful scenery I am reading.

More pictures when I am back in the states but in the mean time… here is where I am at this moment.

 

Out my window

 

 

Nearby rooftops

 

I will try to post a meandering here and there as I have time.  Hope everyone is well!

13 thoughts on “Morning Meandering from Honduras

  1. Sounds like a wonderful trip…sounds like you are both enjoying the culture, planning ahead for aid to the areas that need it the most and some well-needed R&R (including keeping up on your reading!). Godspeed and the best to you!

  2. It’s good to hear from you and know everything is going well. I imagine it will be awfully difficult to select the sites to help since the whole country needs help. As Elizabeth said, you are a good soul. Be safe.

  3. I thought you were in Indonesia by Looking those banana trees and crowded houses.
    The situation is almost the same.

    Hope the next trip will be also fun

  4. Thank you for the post. I haven’t heard of La Esperanza so I googled it…lovely churches. Beautiful photo:
    catholic church, La Esperanza, Honduras
    I hope you got time to relax and enjoy!

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