Canifor Court Hotel Apartments
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... br> The Lord will give peace when there seems to be none and the Lord will bring rain when the land is ready.
"Lord whatever your are trying to teach me, help me hear your voice in the midst of the struggles of this life. And, however you are molding me, shape me as you will and when it is time for spring and to bring forth the blossoms for the harvest, bring the rain you have prepared for me........bring all the rain, Lord.......until then, I wait patiently for ...
Since we didn't know exactly what we wanted to do in Malta we decided to do the one thing we were sure of, the blue lagoon. We were just going to go there on our own but we bumped into the hostel owner in the lobby so asked him what he suggested. He told us about companies that run boat trips to the blue lagoon and leave from the marina just down the road. It sounded like a good option and was leaving in half n hour so we walked down to the marina ...
I woke early even thou I went to bed late. Had a big day ahead us, we were off to the island Gozo. Stuart organised this trip. It was a boat ride to the island and our favourite hop on hop off bus tour of Gozo. Should have realised it couldn't be good if the local passengers are already drinking beer at 10am on the boarding pontoon. I'm sure my brother Sam was behind the wheel. One thing I didn't have to worry about getting sick, because I was scared out of my brain, ...
... eight others were hung by the *****ian government, for a crime they hadn't committed. The priest Oscar Romero, of El Salvadore, was shot and killed a day after requesting that Salvadoran soldiers, working for a corrupt government, stop their violations of human rights.
-----And Pope John Paul I ... who was nicknamed the "smiling Pope", looked goofy and loveable in his photo, was called a "moral miracle" by one cardinal and "the greatest gift of God, ...
... built the older, larger temple primarily for reasons of thanatology (the study of death) and the afterlife. Later they partnered this larger temple with a smaller temple evidently dedicated to cosmology (the study of the heavens).
The Maltese were exactly correct about giants here, but not physically. The Ggantijans were antiquity's intellectual giants, evolving their ...