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... they all found it hilarious.
We checked on Clio and got supper. Fast food. An „American burger“. Did not taste like an american burger at all. And was disgusting. Oh well, it was food and we were hungry.
Next stop? Romania! To sanitize our stomachs after such a „good“ burger, we drank one „medical“ shot of borovička. (Everyone except for the driver of course- he just hoped he ...
... next time. When we arrived, the owner was stoking all his fires. There was an outdoor fireplace that we eventually put shish-kabobs on, one in the side of the little house that controlled the heat for the sauna, a fireplace in the little house’s dining room, and a hotbox that was partly submerged in the chauna. Throughout the three hours we were there he tended to all these fires and you could hear him chopping wood for all. The ...
... For I am Yours and You are mine
Your grace abounds in deepest waters
Your sovereign hand
Will be my guide
Where feet may fail and fear surrounds me
You've never failed and You won't start now
So I will call upon Your name
And keep my eyes above the waves
When oceans rise
My soul will rest in Your embrace
For I am Yours and You are mine
Spirit lead me where my trust is ...
... into my i-pod and listened to the dialogues I had practiced with my Ukrainian friend, introducing myself to the girls. Then I played the prayer I had written in Russian for them over and over again hoping I could recite it when the girls and I might need it. Would I tell them I had been looking at their picture for a year and even praying for them by name? Would they be moved at all?
As we pulled into pretty Mukacheve, a fairly ...
... have had several days in Barbados by now...instead of that we are "yomping" our way through Eastern Europe being told off by Stasi train guards for rucking up the carpet along the corridor in their 1936 - flea bag rolling stock, reminiscent of the inside of an Eastbourne bedsit just after the war. The lights of downtown Krakow slip by as the train wends it's way into the dusk. Again we head East making our way for the ...