My new ward is called Rumiñahui (Roo-mean-ya-we) and it's a sweet ward. I'm seriously blessed. The bishop and 1st counselor are brothers and the 2nd counselor is this cool guy from Chile that cook amazingly. The ward counsels are really efficient and the members already love us. We needed "momitas" from everyday and as soon as they figured out that we needed someone to feed us, all 6 days instantly filled up. The ward is just really excited to have 4 missionarys rather than just 2. My sector is giant however. I have like 1/4th of the city of Otavalo plus a decent amount of rural area.
Before I got my son, I was with the ZL´s of Otavalo South for 3 days. It was fun working in Punyaro even though every road in the sector is a dusty dirt road. We walked a ton for those 3 days haha. But right now it's been great learning a new area with a companion that is learning about the mission. In Peru they use Soles, not dolars, like hin the States and in Ecuador. I've even had to help him quite a few times when he buys things haha. He thinks it's funny that the smallest coin (a dime) is worth more than a nickel which is bigger. The bishop took us around in his car yesterday to show us the houses of most of the members in the sector so this week we wont be as lost.
After that we do to our next planned appointment andwith a new investigator. We planned the appointment around when we contacted them. Then we see the sister missionaries arrive and they said that they scheduled an appointment with the same family at the same time. They also contated them around . The only difference was that we talked with the daughter and they talked with the mom. The appointment fell though anyway hahaha dang it!
Creo que eso fue todo... ¡Gracias por todo! ¡Que tengan un buen verano!