The moon and palm trees in Malekula
I was out taking pictures from a good dozen different places for over half an hour getting that moon shot. We have nothing to do after dark, because everyone goes to sleep with the sun. We ourselves are usually in bed by 8:00 because of that. The sun goes down around 5:30, and is dark around 6:00!
Santo from the airplane
Everything went well in Santo, I'm glad to announce. It was just a mission tour, and we'll be going back to Santo next week for zone conference, but we're not sure what day. The visit from Elder Pearson was really good. He taught a lot about obedience and goal setting, but I'm not sure how well most of the non-English speakers in the zone understood him. My talk was on 'faith without works is dead, and I tried to keep it as simple as I could, because I wanted to have as many people as possible understand what I was saying. I did have the talk scripted, but I only vaguely followed it, mostly referring to the overview and scriptures I used.
I don't have many pictures of Santo (only two) because we were in meetings most of the time I was in Santo, but next week I should get more. There's a lot of undisturbed WWII sites there, and sometime I might get to explore one.
I don't really have a lot of time today, I'm using the more expensive internet cafe so I can coordinate a phone call home, and my companion is waiting for me. His family doesn't have an email account, so he doesn't email.