This small chocolate shop is located in one of the restored Colonial houses of La Ronda street, one of the oldest in town dating back Inca times.Ecuadorians are very proud of being one of the most important world producers of the finest aroma cocoa seeds.The First Baptist Church of Lompoc is one of the oldest churches in town, dating back to the 1800s.When the previous pastor retired in Nov 2011, the congregation invited the Rev. So, at first he just drove up to Lompoc on Sundays for December of 2011 and January and February of 2012.
Their daughter Christina often explain tourists all the process of chocolate's manufacturing from the plantation to the elaboration of bonbons and the history of the world's oldest cocoa found in Ecuador!The sermon topic will be "Is There More to Life Than This?" The purpose of this message will be to introduce our Alpha Course (see the next announcement).This cemetary dates back to the first Catholic church in De Tour which was located on the North Rd hill going out of town. Bateski, whom was at Sacred Heart Catholic Church for 56 years, built the current SHC, SHC Hall, and established the cemetary, circa 1872. The old recorded headstone is of William Brown, stating death on June 15, 1872, aged 72 years, 10 months, 11 days.