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... there was an opportunity to go on a project to Thailand!!! So even though I had not prayed about such a thing, God knew that Thailand was the right thing for me, and decided to open this door for me! I needed to pray about it, and so I made it my duty to pray for this opportunity for 21 days during the Daniel Fast. After this, I decided that this was the right thing for me. And, just to make it clearer, 2 ...
... join their witnessing group tomorrow so am looking forward to that.
I walk 15 minutes to a shopping centre I noticed on the way out to grab a few things. There seem to be more security guards then people in the centre so I am not there long and jump on a bus I hope is going to the centre. It is and I head back to the hotel to change into casual wear.
Next I want to see the national museum here so head back to the main square. It is only 200 leke to enter. ...
I arrive in Tirana tired after a full day of traveling on the bus. Tirana is the capital of Albania. I am in Albania because I am going to teach English in village in the north. I arrived a few days early to enjoy Tirana a bit before heading north. I found a place to stay on couch surfing. My host, Dashamir, meets me at the bus when I get off. We stop and get some local food and then walk to his apartment. It is a ...
... the most striking we'd seen! This was like stepping back in time thirty years and we were in the only tour bus we saw in the entire time we spent crossing Albania. Locals stopped to look as we went past and children waved from the fields. We regularly sighted donkey and carts on the main road.
Our hotel in the capital, Tirana, was reasonable despite the fact that the city was quite run down in places. We had regular power black outs during the evening and apparently three ...
... woman disembarking on a bridge at 1:59 (where is she going??), and a woman boarding at 2:00. At 2:03, we entered the short section of expressway and cruised at a speed of 48 mph. The expressway ended only nine minutes later and turned back into a two-lane highway.
Three policemen boarded the bus at 2:23, then at 2:38 we ran into traffic congestion in Kamez. We’re sitting on the side of the road for unknown reasons at 2:43, and then we entered ...