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Travel Blogs from Sosua
... lessons came to life for me. As we were riding in the back of a pick-up truck, driving at what
felt like an extreme rate of speed, especially for the one lane winding four-wheel
path that was considered to be a road, I realized that all I could do is pray
and enjoy the scenery. And as we were riding down a very steep and rocky
incline on our horses, again, all I could do is pray and trust that God and the
horse knew what they were doing. Then while at ...
Written by Megan.
Most of you may not know this, but I have a fear a fish. I do not know why it started but I just hate being in the water with fish. The last two times our family has gone snorkeling, I stayed on the boat and waited till it was time to go back to land. The thing I hate about my fear of fish is that, I missed that opportunity to share that experience with the people I love most. Fear is one of those things the devil likes to use to ...
... on all
windows and doors. The nicer homes (what in the US would be an average home),
have hired armed guards during the night. What made me want to leave, is that while I was told the place was secure, the reality was that an unlocked gate, about 3 feet high was the only 'security' we had. We had a small lock on our doorknob, nothing that would keep anyone who truly wanted in, out. We slept with tazers for the three nights we were there.
And I use ...
... We ended up staying later than expected and by the time we left, it was 7:30. I
knew we had to catch a car back to our apartment, make the 1/4 mile walk from
the drop off and then make dinner. Solution, order a pizza at the small pizza
shop cause they were having a sale, catch the car and go back to the apartment
to eat it. The pizza place was a bit of a walk and by the time we ordered and
the guy cooked our pizza it was well after 8pm and I was more than ...
... operation was a little sketchy. The guy in-charge dispatched us to small transport boats after explaining how the day would pan out. Our party of 6 jumped on the transport to be taken the short distance to the fishing boat. With a crew of 3 we set off. It was fairly rough, with big Atlantic rollers coming in, but this didn't bother us. Luck favours the well prepared!
The fishermen had buoys set out at various place, the aim of which is ...