Yes, today we had to do immigrations to get entered into their residence system and to get our legit Perú ID cards. It wasn’t the funnest thing to do on our P-Day, since we spent the entire day doing it.
I’ll start, however, with a report of what happened last Saturday. We got to go out proselyting again in the Lima East Mission. We were in a nice-ish part of Lima for a few hours. We rode a bus for 20 minutes instead of two hours (like last time), which was pretty awesome.
Elder Durfey and I pose at the Plaza Mayor during our P-day tour of Lima
September 12, 2012
Well, it has been both good and bad this past week. The bad is that I am sick and tired of sitting in the same place for hours on end. Seriously. It’s worse than school because we can’t go home. We are in the same building all day. If it weren’t for P-days, I think I would go crazy here. I have no clue how the Elders in the Provo MTC do it for so long. Good on them. I just can’t wait to get out and use the things I’ve learned.
September 5, 2012
Well, looks like week 6 is finally over. I’m now more than two thirds through my MTC experience and halfway through the Peru CCM. It has been a pretty short three weeks, but has also felt long. We’ve decided that the days take forever in the MTC, but the weeks fly by. I am so pumped to go out into the field, especially after the experience that I had last Saturday. I also would tell you about other things that will have happened today, but we ended up with the early morning email time and we haven’t had our adventures yet.