Another full week of experiences here in Bolivia! I am actually in a ghetto internet cafe right now at the bottom of the hill from the Christ statue here. We hiked it as a zone this morning, and it is basically stairs that go nearly straight up. It was far, but worth doing at least one time. I got a ton of good pictures too, so I will send them after!This past week, we were running late to an appointment from a service project, so we decided to take a taxi to the house to change quickly. We got into the taxi, and the first thing I noticed was a bunch of stickers of Christ all over the window and dash board. We got to talking a bit, just about futbol and such, and then he asked what I was studying at the University. I guess he assumed we were students, since we live across the street from the Universidad Adventista Bolivia. I love it when people ask us that, because it always gives us the opportunity to explain why we are here, and what we do. So I told him we are missionaries for our church, here to help people, and invite them to Christ. Then something suprising happened. He turn and asked me if I was from Santa Cruz. I quickly replied no.. I'm from the US. He turned to look at my face, and laughed, asking how long I have lived here. When I told him I only have been here 5 months, he didn't believe me. Now I honestly don't thnk I speak like a Bolivian. But he might have mistakn me as one since I can't roll my R's with some words. Convienently neither do most of the Bolivians. They use sort of an 's' or 'z' sound, so I guess I have started to pick that up too. and it is easier. Anyways, we left the taxista with a pamphlet and our number, not expecting anything out of it. That night, he called me, we took out an appointment, and now he is one our new investigators!