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Travel Blogs from New Abbey
... for a holiday again
Best view from a take off
Mount Kilimanjaro when leaving Tanzania
Best children moments
- Seeing 2 children laughing so hard at racing cardboard boxes tied to string (Ecuador)
- The Kuna Indian children playing with us and laughing at the camera of the photos they took of themselves (Panama)
I've experienced night skies so clear ...
... by a small fort and two observation turrets. A series of garrison forts was also built along the way, and our first stop along the Wall was the remains of Chesters Fort, near Chollerford. We saw the four gatehouses, an extraordinary bathhouse, and their underfloor heating system, as well as a museum with a large collection of Roman sculpture. This fort was next to the North Tyne River, and parts of the bridge where the Wall crossed the river can ...
... we have in Christ, and our future hope in heaven. and how we ought to live because of this hope. We had some time in the service to greet your neighbor, except much longer, so actually take 10 minutes and visit with the person next to you. So I had a lovely chat with an older gentleman, about life and work, and traveling. And mom, you'll be happy to know, that I have some lovely Christian people in London who have also prayed for ...
... go about the greatest stories and places they've been after you're merely said "Hello" to them. Pretty cool.) We walked up to where you could see white cliffs, rolling hills for miles, green pastures and the light blue water being reflected off of the sun. We had a picnic lunch of sandwiches, olives, mozzarella, chips and chocolate and enjoyed the views. It was one of the most peaceful places I think I've ever been.
... note the music. Both the music and the lyrics play a big part in the way that the game (known as jogo) is conducted. For the players, there are several different rhythms that call for different speeds. When watching the game played, spectators are normally in awe from the movements. The jogo consists of a circle, with the players in the middle and the musicians at the foot of the circle.
Players that enter the game ...