The entire time we were in Pto. Cabezas we ate typical food such as the inside of a
Conch shell, turtle, lobster (which are cheaper than ham sandwiches), fish soup just to name a few.
We all learned more of the Miskito language which was a lot of fun. We even went to work
with a church in Nazaret which was about 4hours away and we had to cross the river
Wawa on a cable ferry. We all have our fair share of chiggers and miskito bites but it was
worth it all to share the love of Jesus with the people on the Miskito coast.
The World Warriors had to take three planes to get to the Miskito Coast of Nicaragua. It was very interesting and the smallest plane I had ever been on.