Holiday Inn Pittsburgh Airport
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... for foreigners to be there. Instead of trying to redo my itinerary, I've decided that I am just going to take things day by day and go where the spirit takes me. However, here are some of the cities/towns I hope to hit: Siem Reap, Phnom Penh, Sihanoukville, Ho Chi Minh City, Nha Trang, Da Nang, Ha Long Bay, Hanoi, Vientiane, Luang Prubang, Chiang Rai, Ayathuya, Sukhothai, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, and Penang. Yes, I know those are a lot of places, ...
... you held down the Wii games at Kids Club all week like a boss! Your presence and excitement playing the games with the kids, helping them take turns and get along, and rooting them on as they played was fun (and a bit exhausting) to watch...and your passion for what we were doing here this week shined through. Watching you play in the pool with the kids onThursday, fighting as furiously as they were to win their chicken fight competitions and taking time to joke and play with every ...
... ask at the desk. Choose clothing that goes together to minimize accessories needed. For this trip I am wearing black, white and blues. Only need black Skechers, black loafers and black sandals. Also realize you can't take 16 days worth of clothing so will have to do laundry, either in laundromat, hotel, or small loads in sink. We use the larger 5 quart ziplock bags to keep clothes neat; e.g. One for shirts, another for pants, skirts, unders ...
... is shown, stories are told and it forms part of a light show - las vegas style. This painting had travelled around America to tell the story of the battle. I also visited the museum, and most of the millions of memorial sculptures, it was a stunning little town filled with the stories of the civil war. I drove straight back through Pittsburgh capturing little shots of the Autumn fall to drop off my car and head to the megabus terminal to meet Dad and Jill again ...
Thoughts of Kenya 2011
By: Cathi Book
This is my favorite photo of our trip to Kenya last March. I have many that I enjoy viewing, but this beautiful orphan's face is the face of the trip to me...he represents all of the orphans in the world. His picture keeps asking me the questions: What am I doing to help support these precious children? How can I help them be successful in finding God’s purpose in their ...