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Having gone to bed after midnight, when the alarm went off at 5:45, I turned it off...and caught 40 winks before Charlie and I shot up and realized that we had to get to the airport for our 8:30 departure. Fortunately, my sister Susan was staying with us, so we had a driver at our beck and call!
The check-in process was so easy, the guyz had time to eat a full breakfast, and before we knew it, it was time to board the plane for our uneventful flight to ...
... After walking for half hour or so, we arrived! Unfortunately, we were back on the streets a minute later as the hostel was full. Who would of guessed we would arrive on the same weekend as the San Francisco marathon, with its thousands of international runners? Anyways, got referred to a dodgy looking hostel just down the street, San Francisco Hostel International (yes, we
believe they sort of ripped off Hostelling Internationals name a bit, but meh, not our worry).
... we got a few looks from other customers but i think they could see i had a Miami Heat hat on and we were enjoying ourselves. We were both so stoked with the win we high fived very loudly as the buzzer sounded. After that we checked in and begun our journey to Philadelphia. We had a 3 hour flight to Jackson Atlanta then a 3 hour stop and a 2 hour flight to Philadelphia which got us in at 11am. We both got little sleep on the flights and were very ...
... and pointing out how beneficial Bible counsel can be for our lives. and he responded with a funny look on his face that he was very lost and that he had a very big problem. Honestly I wasn't sure if I really wanted to know what this big problem was, but anyway, we tried to encourage him to trust in God and in the counsel from the Bible, saying that God cared for him and that the Bible would help him deal with it. Finally he opened up and ...
... us how they gave people paper, needle and tread, an alcoholic drink- which we all got to taste, also soap , medicine and food!!! Then showed us the different kinds of stone that is mined in Mexico – we got to see petrified water, stunning colour. James was fascinated.
Then we got to see the only pure remaining breed of Mexican dog still existing- they are completely hairless, not very attractive , but the Mexicans love them.
Then we went ...
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