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... so glad I could share my trip with you, especially those of you who are not on Facebook. Also, a huge thank you to those of you who also supported me financially. I never asked anyone for anything because I was okay with funding this trip on my own knowing that I was going to get a great experience out of it. I am so thankful for all of the support in words and kind wishes. I can't wait to see everyone and share more about my trip. I miss Rome already. Thanks again guys!
... The next morning we made fried oats for breakfast which was super yum and then headed back to camp. Friday night once staff training had finished, we all went to the local pub called the chuu chuu bar and had a drink. Most people drink beer here so I also had a beer. They are also huge servings and I surprised myself and finished the whole beer. Most of the staff went home as they all live fairly close to the camp but some stayed at camp and we all had a few drinks at camp ...
... the before leaving stresses and really start to experience serving on a mission trip. I am so very excited to be going. i dont think i could honestly explain all of the feelings and emotions i have about this trip. All I know is that i am excited, nervous, and doing something that i am feeling called to do. I really am trying to keep my mind super open and not to expect anything to happen. I am more looking forward to getting up each day serving the lord ...
... and is great about staying in touch. She calls and texts and emails regularly. AND…. She remembers EVERYTHING! Amazing recall. We laughed a lot and they all helped me reminisce about lots cherished sentimentalities and of craziness and antics of our youth and past visits. One, that each of them brought up at some point was about my sisters Carol and Connie and I showing up unannounced one ...
... fair amount of information made available to tourists, but like I say, unless your passing through, it's a long way to go just for these two things.
The added attraction was the huge amount of motorbikes in town for the rally. We passed thousands of the things parked up in towns, we passed convoys that seemed to go on for miles with police escorts and we also got stuck behind a fair number of these big hogs (armchairs on wheels some of them).