I will attempt to answer all of the questions. We have district meetings on Tuesday. There are 8 missionaries in my district, and I'm the only American. Ha. For the ward, there are about 475 members and 115-123 come every week. Haha. Since we opened the area, we walk around all the time looking for the less actives. It's pretty tiring, not because I'm out of shape or because of the heat, but it's just.... monotonous?
My companion, Elder Discaya, is good. He's from southern Philippines, Eastern Samar (I think that's the spelling). Somewhat unfortunately he's really good at english and wants to practice, so it's difficult to continue learning tagalog as quickly as I thought i would. We have about 10 investigators now. Last night we taught a lesson to a husband/wife and the wife's mom. I think it went really well. We taught about the restoration. They asked some good questions and they seemed really happy about our answers. So we'll go back there on wednesday. On Friday night we taught the restoration to a less-active (hasn't been to church since she was 14 and she's 27), and her parents who aren't members. I thought they liked it, and then they offered to give us a ride home! That was cool.
I forgot to bring my camera today so... no pictures, sorry.
The food is.... okay... haha. It will take some getting-used-to. Oh cool story: the other day we saw people killing a cow with a flamethrower. As it's dying they're cooking it, so the meat tastes fresh or something. The next night I ate the meat and it was the worst beef I've ever had haha.
On Thursday the power went out from 6am to 8:45pm. Apparently it's a common thing. So with no electric fans it got really hot.
I have this weird cough thing. It only happens at night and it's the worst. Hopefully it goes away soon.
That's all for now I think.