We're coming up on 2 weeks here in Pápa now. It was pretty sad leaving Kispest, as that was definitely one of my favorite areas so far, but I'm just about settled in over here now. This past week was interesting I guess. We got dogged a lot (when we plan a program with someone, and then they just don't show up or aren't home or something) which was pretty frustrating... And that also means that we spent a lot of time tracting, but we tried to make the most of it and had a good time! But we also met with some pretty cool people this week. There is this one guy named Marcel that we met with who is from South Africa and is married to a Hungarian. He is a super cool dude and probably is one of the most jacked people that I have ever seen. Elder Jensen and I would both get distracted sometimes in the program looking at how huge his arms were.... But a really cool dude.
There is also a NATO base here in Pápa, so there are some random areas where there are big groups of Americans and people from other countries who speak English perfectly. We found this one guy from Sweden and talked with him for a while. He said they can feel some animosity from the people in Pápa as they are kind of seen as outsiders. But we're hoping to run into some more Americans next week, it's always nice to take a Hungarian break...
Other than that, not too much exciting happened. Things are going well and we're actually looking at having a baptism in the next couple of weeks. The wife of one of the members of the church here in Pápa. I guess we will see how that goes.
Hope that everyone is doing well back home! Always enjoy hearing form people and how life is back in the states! Love you all and have a great week!
Knives + cups = magic
Here's some pictures from Pápa
And from our last P day in Pest with the gang.
Went to the top of the Bazilika.