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... We took a taxi back to our hotel with Jafet, and Jaime's family was going to squeeze into another taxi.
We got home at 11:30 PM, and we were beat. It was a very long day. But despite it being a very long day, it was a very fruitful day, and a day to rejoice about. We had met three people who were very interested in the church, and two more who were beginning to learn. We will be praying for them as they continue their quest for God's truth.
... hostel in Cartagena. At about 1:00 pm we went to Éxito to buy food for dinner. Éxito isn't very far away from our place. Éxito is a big supermarket with food, clothes, TVs, house supplies, etc. The upstairs of Éxito has Halloween and Christmas decorations which is odd because it's 90°F outside. We walked back in the pouring rain. My dad made tortellini pasta for dinner.
... to me... wait.. why did he get so close and wait, he's talking to me like he is God... ooooh, now I get what is he meant by prophetize to me.
He.. er.. God tells me a bunch of stuff. Uhm, unfortunately I don't remember it all, but the bits I do remember:
-someone had a dream and I went to church to find the answers and I found answers for that person's dream... apparently this is something that has already happened, but I don't remember...
... where the hommus and bread was homemade. On the last day, we headed for Parque Arvi which was the last stop on one of the cable car routes and less than half an hour from the city center. This is a national park accessed by the locals on their doorstep where they can go for a number of outdoor activities. It was free to hire bikes for the day and there was a naturalist guided walk on offer every hour. There are plans to extend the cable car ...
... whether the guy having the time of his life dancing away by himself was Colombia or not... he did have the South American moves.... so I figured I would go and chat to him and find out. He was born in Colombia but had lived in NYC most of his life, he had moved back to Medellin to run his fathers business, as his father had sadly died (I believe he had been shot). We ended up spending the evening with him and got driven around in his private car, I think ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
- Free parking
- Pets allowed