Day 6

Thursday was our free day to go site seeing and souvenir shopping. 
Enjoying some good Honduran food. A variety of grilled meats with rice and beans. mmmmm.
We also went to Picachu where a statue of Christ overlooks Tegucigalpa.
The group at Picachu.
It's an awesome view of the city!
For supper that night we all decided to be brave and dive into the Honduran culture and try a food none of us had ever tried before...iguana soup! Here is a look at the pieces of meat that came in the soup. Notice the long tail in the middle.
Is everybody ready to try it???? Here we go...
hmmmm not bad, it's tastes like chicken!! haha that's no joke either, it did taste like a chewy gooey chicken. Everybody seemed to like it, but I don't think we will be craving it.
As a token of our appreciation we presented the group with a hand carved picture of a Honduran village. At the bottom is engraved "Richfield Evangelical Methodist Church, Honduras 2011".
The Montoya family volunteered their services and their home for the group. They did a great job. It was a big help to us.
Time to say good-bye. Breanna you can come and babysit anytime!!
12:30 a.m. Friday morning and the group is on the bus ready to make the four hour trip back to San Pedro Sula for their 7:00 a.m. flight to the states.


Breanna McCarty said...

i will defiantly be down to take u up on that offer :)