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... over night, never mind safety is the best thing. The engine was X Rayed and is now cleared as airworthy, that's all we want. We were booked into the Fairmont hotel which was in the terminal building, but we had to go down to get our baggage, be assigned motel room, etc finally got to bed about just after 0100. Weather; Vancouver turned on superb day and nigh for us, clear, fine, no wind. Temp; ...
... quite an achievement I guess. Once I arrived in Chicago and arrived at the Moishe House where I was staying, it was time to crash after a long day of driving before exploring the next day.
Chicago was fantastic. I didn't really know what to ...
... Anna started to moan about forgetting her zoom, because it would have come in quite handy at this point.
Whilst we were at this island, another ship from the same company as ours had caught up, and we followed them back out into the open as they'd heard news of a lone humpback whale. After a few minutes, we reached the scene to witness the whale blowing water out of its hole before diving under again. Apparently, humpbacks can hold their breath for 5 ...
... meal before landing was a strogganohauf dish with noodles. Besides trying to sleep, I read some of my book (Fight Club), and watched Wolf of Wall Street. I was disappointed that my map and game feature on my screen didn't work. After landing in Beijing, we went through customs for the second time and then proceeded to travel by a small train to another location to pick up our luggage. Thank goodness every ones luggage arrived! We shuffled as a ...
... me. I think Isaiah 58 says it really well. And I wonder if the Pharisees read this chapter. It’s talking about how we can fast and “humble” ourselves for one day in our own little worlds, thinking that we’re being religious and spending ourselves for the work of the Lord. But God tells them that is not the kind of fasting he asks of us. He tells us to spend ourselves on behalf of the poor, on the hungry, the brokenhearted, to clothe the naked. One ...