This was our one organic encounter in Nicaragua. We gathered up all the left over pizza from lunch and set out to find someone who was hungry. Surprisingly it was difficult. Homelessness was not in our face here like we are use to in Colombia. Regardless we met this little lady who faithfully sits outside the church everyday. She has been prayed for by many many missionaries so we were just another face to her but while talking to her we got a small crowd whom we weren't just another face to and suddenly this beautiful lady inspired beautiful moments.
My favorite was when angela painted her finger nails cuz she didn't have steady hands.
And that moment when I danced with another homeless lady and the smile on her face grew an inch.
I loved that moment when talitha sat on the steps with the children waiting for more homeless to come so she could give them food.
And the other moment when the barber recognized us on his walk to work and started another conversation. This time we had respect enough to share about Jesus.
I encourage you that no light encounter is in vain. All these moments were the beauty of the Lord shining his love on all of us that day.
If you shine enough youll see the seeds in people's hearts finally sprout. Keep shining. #fulltimecreativemissionary#evangelism#divineappointments#missions#creativosnicaragua#nicargua#matagalpa
There is virtue in work and there is virtue in rest. Use both and overlook neither.” — Alan Cohen
Avo Syncro Nicaragua
What a great cigar to smoke. The moment you smell it you fall in love with it, full of cocoa and sweet smell just like smelling a good chocolate. From first draw after light you get a lot of spice and earth and tobacco with subtle cocoa and coffee notes. After the first half of the cigar all of the spice is completely gone to leave you with a sweet other half that is full of earth and sweetnes from cocoa notes. The draw is perfect for light draw lovers and also it has a perfecr smoke just like all of the other Avos. The cigar only gets better and better when reaching the ending as it is a fast burner, however it gets a little bit bitter and spicy but in a good way just to remind you what you tasted in the beginning. I love this cigar and I would definitely recommend it to anyone who hasn't tried it and if you have I'd say go buy a box.
Morning can never be better with Oliva. 😎
Oliva Connecticut reserve Churchill 🎩🎩 __________________________
Oliva take a lot of care of their cigars. This brautiful Connecticut reserve is just the best for the morning. From first draw you will get lots of coffee. Just after first light coffee taste will stay the same but it will be infused with a nice tobacco taste and sweetness and very subtle vanilla. Every next draw is better than the one before. I love this cigar you should give it a try if you haven't yet.
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#Andanzas | El tesoro de #Nicargua
Un portal especializado en ofrecer objetos y servicios de lujo, ha propuesto a sus clientes un viaje “único en la vida” por un millón de dólares a #Calala , una isla ubicada en el mar Caribe, cerca de la costa de Nicaragua.
Según especifica el portal web, hasta 10 viajeros podrán disfrutar de ese ‘paraíso terrenal’ durante una semana.
El paquete turístico incluye el traslado en avión privado desde cualquier lugar del mundo hasta cualquier ciudad de #EEUU y, de allí, a Nicaragua. El desplazamiento posterior de ese país centroamericano a Calala tendrá lugar en helicóptero.
Ya en la isla, los “privilegiados huéspedes” vivirán en cuatro villas con decenas de personas a su servicio y realizarán diversas actividades, como inmersiones con escafandra o clases para aprender a hacer #cigarros , con un valor mínimo de 150.000 dólares.
I ❤️ Leon! Of course I said I would come for a couple of nights and move on but it's so easy to get carried away exploring the colourful streets! This is the least touristy destination I have visited so far- there are hardly any gringos which is pretty cool as it gives me the chance to get a glimpse into local Nicaraguan life. There is a huge afro influence on the food here- if I had more time I would definitely go and visit the Caribbean side and chill by the corn islands. Unfortunately, this is my last week so I'm keeping it strictly Pacific. Until then, I'll keep marvelling at the beauty of Nicaraguan people who are one big mix of African, Spanish and indigenous heritage 😍