Most of the toilets do not have seats on them, people steal them I guess. This is the same in the "Womens" restroom as well Janice tells me.
The stall next door was a pit in the floor that you stand / squat over and then water flushes it clean, more or less.
This is a picture that Ruben painted that we really liked. He sales these for 150 pesos or about $7.50 each. They work really cheap here.
This is one of the most cleverly designed horse drawn carts that I have seen. There are many different types of carts that use the streets with the cars, buses, motorcycles, bicycles ect....
At our Chapel we should issue "hard hats"!! The edge of the roof is falling apart and crashing to the walkway below. Of course it is concrete that is falling. We are trying to get if fixed but....manana is still very strong here!
We went for a bike ride trying to find a route to the Rocha Lagoon. It was a fun ride and we got to see some interesting and beautiful scenery and things.
Hermana Kelly trying to get through the sandy road. It is a bit tough going in sand on a bicycle.