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... croation, slovenian, slavic
Religion(is) practiced (% practiced): 90% Christain, 10% other
Traditional Cuisine Descriptions: dairy products, wine, vegetarian stews, rice dishes.
Traditional Dress Descriptions: brightly colored, embroidered, folk motifs.
Famous sites of Country: Ria monestary, alexander nevsky catherdral, sunny beach,
Average Life Expectancy Males: 70.8
Average Life Expectancy Females: 77.8
National Unemployment Rate: ...
... to keep away from Satan's Little Helpers, and line all the couches, beds, walls with a white powder. That seems to be the only way to kill them besides extreme heat (the fires of Mt Doom itself -yes, we're doing a LOTR marathon- or industrial laundro-mat driers). So that's what we did, and now my room looks like a small snowstorm has moved through.
When collecting weapons for our fight against the Monsters ...
... explore the Loop again.
First stop is the John Hancock Building (now called 360 Chicago), but I am a little side tracked once we get to the area. There is a Hershey store in the corner of the square and I drag Hinesh in. We are greeted by a nice stores lady and given free Hersheys to try. We happily take the chocolate and explore the store inside. I am excited by the Hershey equivalent of ice magic (pour on to your ice cream and hardens in seconds) and Hinesh is looking ...
... of us take everything in the Bible literally, some of us consider some things figuratively, but we all humbly bow before the ultimate authority of Scripture.
Walt Mc Cord, a Moody Bible Institute professor shared Scripture and shared his heart with us on our travels on the bus. Yuval, our Israeli guide, who is a Messianic Jew shared his beloved Israel with us. Phineas, our bus driver, drove us ...
... from-‘ ‘Ok, wir können Deutsch sprechen!’ Hehehe. Seriously, it doesn’t take long to recognize a fella from back home. And then, well, there comes in the dialect. ‘Wo kommscht’ du denn her?’ Ach, a Schwaab!! Ach, ein Berliner also! Ya, and then each of us checks the stereotypes of the other.
Suddenly my evening in bed seems to be entertaining and filled with travel and backpacker stories.