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Travel Blogs from Cabarete
... the sake of safety, such as wearing your seat belt and right of
way laws. And while I am not saying these things are bad necessarily or that I
even want to do away with them, they do train you to feel somewhat in control.
We assume that we know what is going to happen, because there is a rule somewhere,
that says it should. There are no such rules here. Lines in the road are mere
suggestions and the person that gets the right of way, is the one who doesn't
... has been stopping you from doing something is the best feeling I know.
So after my first dive I spent the rest of the time diving and just enjoying God's beautiful creation with my family! And believe it or not, Lauren and I were the two who wanted to stay longer. We had to have the boards back by 3:30 so we had to go. On the way back I thanked my mom for helping me overcome my fear and just for taking us to paddle board and snorkel.
... just started passing out phone numbers and
introducing us around.
Proverbs 3:27 says, "Do not withhold good from those who need it, when it is in your
power to act." How often have I had the power to act, but my head took
over and I excused it away? I think back to two years ago when I was driving to
West Virginia to visit my dad. I had my kids and three of their friends in the van. On the side of the road we came upon two guys pushing ...
... On our most active day yet, it only seemed fitting that we complete it with a 90 minute yoga session in the yoga temple, also located by the sea. Yoga started at 6.30, once the sun had cooled A little sore from riding and slippery from massage, we arrived. The class was pretty full with guests and local ex-pats. Our previous experience, although limited, had prepared us well. However, the riding combined with exercise on xmas day combo has not been good preparation We both struggled ...
... No joke that information was randomly on the tour.
We then went outdoors to the adjacent kitchen, used when there were large guests and to prepare the help's food. There was a huge mortar and pestal and the floor was of the original pink and beige tile.
After, we went back into the main house, into the room that used to be where the help slept. Here was a number of memorabilia that have been made in rememberance of the sisters. The ...