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... up with 30 other MKs to go and tell High School students about God and his plan. This will be something new for me, as although I will be serving as a missionary, I haven't really been to that side of the world. I am SO EXITED TO GO! I am going to Thailand because I was given the opportunity to. I thought this part was the most significant. I feel like God has opened and closed so many doors in order for me to go on such ...
... me to sleep.
Hungry I head to a restaurant nearby where a soup, risotto and a beer costs me $9.00. Very nice. Because it is fairly early, I have the place to myself so the service is very attentive. I am out by just after 7.00.
So not much to report today, winding down for a return to Italy tomorrow. Hopefully customs at Rome wont be as bad as last ...
... people were great. They were unbelievably honest, extremely well dressed (a lot better than us anyway), and were helpful and very kind. They were also incredibly social and it was rare to find anyone who was not quick to smile and engage in friendly banter.
With their smiles making our smiles bigger, there was not much to be annoyed about, but I still was. I was annoyed by the street names of this place. Not all of them, just one in particular, George W. Bush ...
... that it was very hot could have meant that the locals were swimming or taking a siesta. It would be a charming place to spend more time exploring the churches, squares, cafes and gift shops. Of all the picturesque coastal towns, Budva is the most popular. Again, the Old Town is brimming with bars, restaurants, limestone houses, churches and hidden squares. The sea is never far away and the rocky coastline doesn't seem ...
... plate! As I photographed the license plate, the vehicle’s owner came over and said hello. His name is Frank and he lives in Illinois. He’s from Macedonia, but is of Albanian ancestry. He explained his sister lives in Alaska and he registered his SUV there due to lower taxes. Then he shipped it over to Macedonia to keep there as he visits a few times per year. We had a nice chat. I explained I used to live in Alaska and was just there in August ...