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Travel Blogs from Sosua
... first. At first it is quiet horrifying, but once you let go of your
expectations and realize anything can and will happen, you feel a kind of
freedom. For one, you no longer feel that you need to try to control everything
because there is just no way you can. Two, there is a certain joy that comes
from knowing, you can somewhat make your own rules and no one is really going
to stop you.
Today, we spent an amazing day at a ranch in the mountains and both ...
... I put on my mask and laid on my board to look in the water. Let's just say you can't see the fish too well when trying to look from the top of a paddle board. We made or way to the reef and when we got there they all put on their flippers and mask and tied up the boards to a buoy. I sat on my board watching my family swim to the reef while I sat there feeling that lack of control. I felt like a little kid does when an older sibling tells them they aren't ...
... owner gives discounts to people who are in the country doing mission work!
When I think back over last Sunday I feel beyond blessed. Instead of just finding a place to
stay where I feel my family is safe, God went a step beyond and presented a
place where we can also feel like we are having a vacation. He did not just
provide for our needs, He went 'exceedingly abundantly above all that we asked
or thought' (Eph 3:20). He brought us ...
... tight to something that in the end, did
not belong to them and they would have to give it back shortly anyways. In the
same way, all that I hold tight to, is temporary and one day, it will all be
Do not store up for yourselves treasures on earth, where moth and rust destroy, and where thieves break in and steal. But store up for yourselves treasures in heaven, where neither moth nor rust destroys, and where thieves do not break in or steal. Matthew ...
... is the oldest hotel in the oldest building in a town where the
turnover for most businesses can be less than a year. Created by a Canadian
named Marco in 1999, it has the best reputation on the island for having a no
riff-raff policy when it comes to locals bothering customers. Without saying
more, Marco paid dearly to earn that reputation. Now it is run by an American named
Rick who is glad to help you find a reliable cab, a good bar, or the best ...