We're having a zone p-day today, so I don't have very much time to email, but I'll tell you what I can :)
We went to that island last week for p-day, and it was really cool. I sent you the pictures of it. We even got to do a little bit of a hike in our suits :) There was a cool Buddhist temple/sanctuary or something like that at the top of a hill. I'm pretty sure it was just a tourist thing, but it was still really interesting. Hopefully the pictures do it justice.
On Tuesday, I did a companion exchange with a missionary who just got here. It was super scary, since I barely had more experience than he did, and suddenly I was supposed to be the one who knew what he was doing and could communicate in Korean. It was terrifying, but really fun too, since I found out that it's actually possible for me to survive in Korea without someone who is more experienced. At least for one day... :)
As far as missionary work, this week has been pretty lame. All our appointments have been falling through, so we haven't really had a lot to do. That's okay though, it just gives us opportunities to find more people, right? :)
Have a great week, I love you!
|From the top of the ferry|
|A bay on the island we visited|
|The first Korean dish I've made completely by myself. It's called 볶음밥 (boggeumbap) if you're wondering.|
|Exchange with Elder Quiroz :)|
|At the bottom of the undersea tunnel|