Brasil is pretty. We went fishing on P-Day. Or rather, some of us went fishing, and Elder Barbos fed worms to the fish.
We went and visited a family of Indians from Manaus. They taught us how to fish using bamboo poles. We ate fried piranha (head, scales, fins, everything. Sooooo good). They also taught us how to make sugar cane juice, a common thing to buy on the street. They taught us all the steps, from going to the sugar cane jungle, pulling the cane, stripping the leaves, cleaning, and pressing. Super fun, super delicious.
This week was awesome. Lots of great lessons, lots of good food, slightly more bearable weather, cool new people, helpful members. It was great. I loved getting letters from you guys, especially my cousins. To answer your questions: No I´m not in Rio, but I did see a Cristo Redentor in a city called São Pedro. Lots of cities have smaller ones.
And it all culminated in a super coolnight:
From the left: Me, Elder Dehnike, João, Milena, Adrieine, Davi, and Reinaldo. I baptized Milena, Reinaldo baptized Davi, and Elder Dehnike baptized John. Super awesome. The water was freezing but it was worth it.
Transfers came this morning, Elder Dehnike and I stayed for 6 more weeks. Not many changes this time around, only 2 new missionaries came.
The mission is good. Helping people is tiring and frustrating sometimes but its always worth it.
Don´t give up, só batize peixe
Love you guys,