|The children look on as we tour their church, St. Mark's|
|A view of the river that streams down from the same mountain that provides water to Montrouis|
|The bumpy ride|
|Fr. Walin introducing us to Saint Mark's School, a K-6 school he has expanded|
|We tend to create a scene wherever we travel|
|St. Mark's Church, newly built as of April |
out of recovered materials from the Seminary
|The inside of St. Mark's Church|
|Enjoying some sugar cane|
|Enjoying some sugar cane II|
|Everyone got in on the sugar cane action|
Mr. Yee gave us the afternoon off, leading many of us to go to the beautiful beaches. While some tanned or swam, Mary Grace and I attempted to knock coconuts out of trees with rocks, and after many throws, we succeeded! Only to find our coconut to be rotten.
After a peaceful afternoon, we gathered for our last supper, which we shared with Father Walin. Dinner is always a fun time – a place for us to unwind and talk about the day, eat good food (unless you’re Palmer, who only eats rice), listen to live music, and for Josiah, to get in his feels.
|A view of our favorite deck at Moulin-Sur-Mer|
|A view back towards the main area of Moulin-Sur-Mer|
This has truly been one of the best experiences of my life, and I am sad to see it come to a close.