With nearly the whole building done ahead of schedule, our team decided to take some time to rest and traveled out to a small tourist destination called La Bufadora, a natural marine geyser located out on the coast, surrounded by little shops and businesses. We enjoyed the smell of fresh food and the sounds of bustling shops. Some of us even got souvenirs like panchos, backpacks, or little toy cross bows. After getting to see everything the small town had to offer, we packed up and went to lunch at Tacos Poblano, the same place we visited on the way down. After a nice meal of steak tacos, we went back to the place we were staying and got changed. We then went to the work site and finished working on nailing the remaining siding and finished installing the hurricane ties on the trusses. Meanwhile a team worked hard to make enough spagetti to feed a huge amount of people. We cleaned up the tools loaded up the vans and spent the rest of the night celebrating with the people of the church. We also took and gave out family portraits for all the people who had come to the service that night. All of us at some point took a second to step back and see what God had accomplished through us over this short week. The trials we had faced and overcome because our God was stronger then it all. We took a moment to rest and reflect on the mission we had finished. A building stood there where it hadn't before and where the building had stood before, nothing remained. Moved piece by piece, put together nail by nail, the building had been given new life and we all pray that it will bless the church.