I'M TRANSFERRED! This last week of the cycle has been absolutely fantastic but I guess I have to back up and do some explaining. I hardly even know where to begin but here goes. Try to keep up with me...
So normally--a couple weeks before they are about to go home--all the foreigners in every batch take a little trip to Manila to do fingerprinting for Visas or something. The newer batches don't have to worry about that because now (after they have completed like 5 weeks at the Provo MTC) they go to the Manila MTC for like a week and get all that stuff done. Since they started doing that only kind of recently, (My batch never went to the Manila MTC) I figured that I would be going with my batch around August or so. Well I don't know what happened, but apparently it became technically not legal for us to be here right now without those fingerprints and Visa stuff. So last Monday they informed us that we would all be going to Manila for a few days and they sent us all at the same time (There was like six batches at once and around 40 of us in all).
Elder Allred Sister Lasay
Elders Heumann, Camain, Larson, Bangal
Bureau of Immigration
T.G.I. Fridays with the boys:
Elders Tribe, Thorpe, Waldron, Poulter, Larson
Coldstone for dessert
Elder Coronel was our former AP. He went home last September. We randomly ran into his sister Friday night but then we were able to arrange for him to drive us to MOA Saturday morning.
IHOP for breakfast
I've missed this stuff
Not sure what this store is
They've got an ice skating rink inside!
Subway takeout for lunch
Rockin' that Jamba Juice the airplane ride home
After church with Jessica
Highway in Manila (actually one of the few times there wasn't traffic haha)
Main street in Solano
Street view in Villaverde