This past saturday Jarred, Mateo, Rachel and I took all our boys to El Tigre.  El Tigre is a smaller villiage about 35 miles north of Ixiamas.  We left early Saturday morning and after the four hour drive we arrived to one of the most beautiful places I have ever been.  The road turned into a huge soccer field right on the edge of the mountians of Maddidi National Park.  We had sent a letter earlier to tell the town we were bringing our team from the Internada to play them.  We played six games of soccer in thirty six hours.  Ha is was a blast.  In the first four games Jarred only allowed two goals.  He played goalie for most of the games.  Lets just say with hands like a cat, eyes like a hawk, and the aggression of a medium size T-Rex, he was the man for the job.  It was one of the most fun weekends I have had and I think for Jarred probably also.  It was great to get to play with the boys because they are all really good and they make me look good.  I had five goals and three by basically standing and using my head.  NOTE: Bolivians are short.  When we arrived to Tigre all of the kids from the villiage brought us fresh fruit.  It was so cool.  They brought so much fruit we took a bag home with us.  That night we watched a movie with the whole villiage basically.  I dont know the exact number but there were probably 150 people for the movie.  The town hosted us and cooked all the meals for us and were just so amazingly warm to us.  It was a time that I saw God in the hearts of the people there.  With warm smiles and open arms they gave freely of what they had without hesitation.  Thank God for the people of El Tigre.  Jarred and I are back in La Paz now.  We landed about an hour ago.  We flew back from Rurre this time.  We woke up and caught the mini bus at four this morning and then waited for our flight at 3:00.  It was a 45 min flight otherwise it was gonna be another 18 hour bus ride.  It was worth the fifty bucks ha.  Friday we head to Peru, but first to show and tell for Mateo the Internada Directors niece at her school in the altiplano…haha..should be fun.