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... Clearly I look weak lol. The piccie below is from a hat tournament I entered which was a much needed weekend of playing it the park. The ultimate scene here is great, there are all levels and plenty of older players like me who can't quite let go. I definitley needed some yoga after that weekend though.
I am well and truly integrated into my role now. Thankfully we have a second business analyst on board now too but there is still more work that hours in ...
... flipping and swimming in the waves made from the ship. Looking up the map and types of marine animals in the area, I believe they were Pacific White Sided Dolphins and we were in the Hecate Strait heading to Ketchikan our first port of call tomorrow. All day it was foggy and cleared in the afternoon for the sighting, again lucky with weather!
Captains Welcome Party – was a meet and greet in front of a Champagne Glass Waterfall in ...
... did it cost? (yes again!)
Me: $575 CAD.. is that good?
Him: Don't know. That's about $118 per night. So you are there, today's Tuesday right? Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday?
And then he left me through. I had been chatting to an Indian girl from Melbourne in the line and her guy asked her equally weird questions... it was a bizarre experience!
So after all ...
... just trying to make ends meet.
When a friend of mine in Australia who had joined Spanish spoke to me about serving abroad, I knew that is was Jehovah answering my prayers for direction in my life. Panama is where I belong.
After months of planning and some difficult road blocks from Satan, which I will get into during another entry, I was of to Panama for a third time, my real home and real life.
Today we are in Sitka, Alaska, our last stop in Alaska , we are on the way to Victoria ,it is a day and a half journey at sea. After a quick breakfast we went into Sitka township to look at this very old township which was once owned by the Russians and still has a strong Russian influence. The Russians sold to USA in 1867 for $7.2million.Sitka is known for its wildlife and natural beauty surrounding the ...