River Landing Inn
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... for donations - they were very cute.
The BBQ was a little disappointing in the end. There were about five vendors set up and you could order a plate of 'cue from one of them with your entry ticket. The BBQ was good but we were expecting a lot more on offer. There was a competition on the next day and you could walk out to see the competitors but there wasn't much to see and no one seemed interested in talking.
Alas, we had to ...
... so we were taken around by a lovely carer called Maryssa, who took us to meet many of the animals in facility. There are some that were not part of the tour because they are too dangerous or too traumatised to be seen by people. We were both so impressed by the amazing work this organisation does, and we were also saddened by some of the stories behind the animals we met.
After the tour, we had to explain, and apologise, to Maryssa ...
... 1987 and now encompasses over 3,000 acres with dozens of ministry outreaches. As a fully functioning humanitarian organization, our vision is to provide “hope of life” to the people of Guatemala. By meeting the physical and economical needs of the less fortunate, we are able to share the love of Christ in a more tangible way, thus giving them the greatest gift of all.
After falling sick, Carlos returned ...
Well, believe it or not, it took 44 hrs from the start of our return from NZ, to our arrival back home Sunday afternoon! Our flight into Dallas was too late to fly out Saturday night. In fact, we were the only plane at DFW. A breeze going through customs with no one else around. Quantas put us up in a hotel, 20 min. away, not so bad, except there was an accident on the interstate, which turned our ride into almost an ...
... that I had completely forgotten about! I think I took my time in Korea for granted. I cannot wait to go back and visit and I know I will. But, now I have to focus on getting ready for Germany. I will live there for a much longer time (6+ months)! Hopefully I'm ready for everything I'm going to face there, but I'm sure that even if I'm not I'll work my way through it.
But..I guess my question is, where am I heading now? New place, new dreams, new goals..what's next?