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... of them was called to their flight, they burst into song and swayed and waved goodbye, whilst the security guards stood by in amazement. In between times they knelt on the floor and made strange humming noises.
Then there was a slim young lady with her husband and child who was wearing thin white slacks with a very expensive lace G string underneath. Every fine detail of the intricate lacework and the beauty of the fine stitching, was clearly being appreciated by the men in ...
We arrived at Prague after a 2 hour drive.
We walked into town and walked up a mountain.
We stopped at 1 playground and 2 exercise things.
We were 3 quarters up and I found a massive stick. I snapped it in half. Zara got 1 half and I got the other. We pretended to be spear men.
We looked at Eiffel Towers little brother.
We walked across Charles bridge.
We looked ...
... were still connected back home. Traveling alone for this long has been tough. There were many days I rarely spoke, and many hours spent with my own thoughts. As I said before, I know I have come out of this a better person, and a better citizen of the world. I'm so grateful for this opportunity and it will forever be one of my highlights in life. I can't wait to see you all and be back to the place I love, the place I call home. Signing off..... Justin Martinez ...
... our Israel tour guide - so loud! The drive out to Kutna Hora was cold and confusing and half the bus stopped listening after a while - I know I did! Kutna Hora is a small town about an hour from Prague and began as a Cistercian Monastery in 1142, before Silver was found nearby and mining occurred consistently until the end of the 18th century. Due to the silver mines and it’s location in Bohemia, it longed competed with Prague as the most important city in the region ...
... beings that look like they are lifted right out of horror fiction, since that was the gothic style of the time. Above the casket is Jesus on the cross, but laying horizontally and being cradled by another being - presumably God? In all my time I don't think I've ever seen God directly depicted in Christian artwork, and I would have thought it would have been a breach of the "no graven images or likeness" commandment - though to be honest I'm not very good with ...