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Travel Blogs from Sosua
... I asked the
guide if it was alright if I climbed to a different jumping spot, she automatically said, "Of course you can," instead of the expected, "No, the jumping point is here," that I would have gotten at most such attractions in the U.S. And best of all, we spent a whole lot of time just
being, and it was good, really good.
Sadly, I don't know if there is a way to live this lesson out at home, as our culture thrives on being busy. But best I can, I intend to ...
... I'm not saying that if I had gotten in the water and gone snorkeling I would have brought someone to Christ, but I could have grown closer to my family.
Yesterday we rented stand-up paddle boards and snorkel gear. I was so happy that we got to go paddle boarding but was pretty much dreading the snorkeling. I had told my family that because I have a GoPro I would get in the water and snorkel. On the way to the reef we made one stop to look at ...
... slept' very loosely as between the fear, the incessant
barking of the dogs and the consistent car alarms (at least 5 a night) going off, sleep wasn't really happening.
As you can imagine, the hope of not having to spend another night under those conditions,
was tear worthy. After service, Mike and Toni introduced us to some people that
they thought we may be able to serve with and then they drove us to look at the
lodging they suggested. ...
... br> eat. So as we are standing in the road waiting for the seemingly non-existent
carro, a young boy drives up on his bike and is circling us. Finally he says in
Spanish, I am hungry. So in my maturity, I turn to him and say, "Yo
tambien", meaning 'me too' and turn away. So of course I am standing there
knowing that the right thing to do would be to give the boy a slice of pizza. I
am having the classic devil/angel on the shoulder argument.
... smaller fish who, in-turn, attract 'the big ones'. After trawling for hours, nothing had taken. I think we all knew at this point the day was a dud. Still a nice boat trip, most of which Zoe slept for due to the effects of the dramamine.
Dinner was in Cabarete. Zoe had researched and found an excellent Vietnamese / Thai beach restaurant. The food was amazingly fresh; fried prawns and calamari followed by VIet Tom Gum (fish) and Bom Gum ...