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Travel Blogs from Tamarin
... perfectly great with balance and paddling. But as soon as we entered the choppy part where the river meets the water, boom…into the river I fell.
I struggled to get up. Finally I did it and we went through the waves. He encouraged me to come back for a sunset ride because he wouldn’t be there on Sunday. I said I didn’t know but I would hang out on the beach for a few hours and see what would happen.
Leaving the hotel, I went to find lunch and ...
... and soft onions, I was a bit nervous that she was going to bring me out an omelet covered in them.
I was pleasantly surprised that there were no onions. But neither was cheese or peppers. It was a scrambled egg folded over on . Oh well.
After my breakfast of coffee, bread, cheese, and eggs, I was full. I sat on the porch reading until I was informed that the taxi was here.
Off we went.
I am currently on the west coast. We went to the east, up in ...
... bells chiming in the distance and the town nestled against a mountain across the river. It was the definition of serenity.
The woman running the place explained that there was a hotel on the beach and I could eat there for dinner. She said that there was a taxi available if I wanted to have a south tour for a reasonable amount. Since I only had a few days here and I felt guilty for not doing anything travel related in the North, she called the ...
... some discreet, some outrageously clothed with defiant looks… and I couldn’t help but give a silent prayer asking our Heavenly Father "Thy Kingdom Come! Let’s make of all of these a happy bunch, shall we ?"
I found the fairly recently completed Terminal 2E quite well done, very pleasantly decorated. The Charles de Gaulle Airport has been under construction for years; they seem to have finally achieved some of their objectives. I find ...
... meat samosas (small closed pastries filled with vegetable curry or meat), and delicious unleavened chapatti (whole-wheat Indian bread – similar to nan). Dessert was a custard pudding with fresh fruit and tapioca.
Taking turns we shared our personal stories about how we came to our faith. In some cases it took decades with many starts and stops, sometimes it took much less time. Sometimes there was a defining "light ...