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... I was fortunate enough to have full use of a comfortable villa near a very popular resort called Pirangi Sul, I was close to the largest cashew nut tree in the world take a look, <a href="http://www.unbelievable-facts.com /2013/05/thousand-year-old-worlds-large st-cashew_12.html" target="_blank" rel="nofollow">http://www.unbelievab le-facts.com/2013/05/thousand-year-old- ...
... vacation but really another [short] chapter of my life. I have not posted all my thoughts, concerns, joys, ideas, or my wrestling with God. Contrary to what you may have seen on Facebook, Instagram, or Snapchat, this trip has not been complete easy and carefree. The thing about life is that it is inescapable as much as we attempt to escape the mundane or the horrible aspects of life with things of pleasure, alcohol, sleep, music, vacations, ...
... in Natal were incredibly relaxing. We had been going so strong through the first 2 weeks, that the back half became much more leisurely. Woke up when we wanted, ate when we wanted, napped when we wanted, swam and laid out by the pool with our books. It was pretty fantastic. A couple of days after Laura arrived when we had another rest day from soccer, we decided to hire a guide to take us to Pipa. Our driver was great, but this other guy who worked for the same ...
... dollar is a Real. In the States our instinct is to call it (Ree-als), but it pronounced (Hee-eyes). My favorite memory of this, is that our friend Mikey gave up on pronouncing it correctly and for the rest of the trip called them (Hey-yahs). Which of course stuck with the rest of us and that is what we called the dollar amongst each other. But it got a little awkward when we were trying to pay for something and "Hey-yahs" slipped out instead of "Hee-eyes". Most of the time ...
... Mark and myself. The house suddenly felt very big and very empty. We were sad to see everyone go. But the three of us had planned to take the time to relax, and figure out an adventure for us to do the next day. It was a rest day and we had a whole day without soccer to play with. Plus we had a new addition coming to the house in less than a week. Mark's wife, Laura would be joining us for the last two weeks at the house, so we had that to look forward to as ...