Elder Bellessa applied for his driver's license but was told he needed to get clearance from an eye doctor. We thought this was an interesting combination of services.
This poster was on the window as we entered the clinic. We're wondering how they do this.
Amy took some wonderful photos while she was here in March.
"Pogi" boys on the street. We get the sign under the chin quite often so we asked what it meant, thinking it looked like a gang sign. It actually means "I am pogi" which means, "I am cute".
Hard working sisters the day the rain came down.
NBA madness. As I walked through town it seemed as though almost every business had a TV going with the NBA finals. Young men mainly wear basketball clothing and everyone seems to be up on all the teams and players.
Going back to the Batangas pier we were delighted to see the NBA Finals on the bus.
Another boat passenger waiting to get on
We found that for P20 ($.40) more we could enjoy the benefits of Business Class.
President and Sister Mangum will be leaving us to go home in a few days. The mission is preparing a farewell video and slide show for them. Here is a photo of the Baco Elders as well and the video we made for them. Elder Ancla does a great impersonation of President Mangum.