As we were driving into the church on Sunday, we were greeted by these sweet animals . . .
We have been in 3 different buildings here and the chapel is similar with the marble like floors and wooden benches (no padded seats here). Like I said above, the church building is back from the highway. You get to it by going on dirt roads. . . .
This is where the goats were before church . . . An empty lot here.
This is looking from the church building to the homes across the street
On the way home, we drove by some mango trees here on base. They are loaded with mangos. I had asked if anyone could pick these and was told they were fair game . . .
I had Wade stop so I could take this picture. As I went to pick one mango, this guy comes running from a tent that had been erected a few trees away. He told me not to pick them and tried to get me to 'buy' some that he had at his tent that tasted good. I think he was trying to get me to not pick a green one. I am still having a hard time understanding the people here, especially when they are speaking Tagalog Wade made a big deal in his letter this week about me 'stealing mangos', But, I can assure you all that I didn't steal anything . . . After all, it was Sunday . . .