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... road which takes about an hour. Then you have to park the car, and try and get past the goats that want to eat your food. Then you have to walk for 2km's or take a donkey. Dad said we needed exercise so Dad had to suffer carrying 10kgs. It was worth it though because the water was stunning and the sand was so white. On the way home we took a donkey because it was very hard to walk up the hill.
The next day we spent the day watching North Melbourne ...
... itself call us back to recognize who he is. Maybe the ocean is one of the more convincing aspects that reaches into the soul of a person and grips their very being at the core and forces them to realize the greatness of our God. The chorus goes:
Something about the ocean
Makes me rise up and praise
Something about the heavens
Makes me stand in awe again
Something about the sunrise
Reminds me of Your faithfulness
On our ferry trip from Rhodes to Crete a man fell from another boat, into the sea. It was 10.30 at night and our ferry was the closest, so we had to turn our Ferry around and help him. We got a phonecall in our cabin asking Dad to move his car which was parked downstairs because it was blocking the emergency door. The boat guys had to throw ropes to the man, and then a helicopter came and picked him up. Mum and I were a little bit scared, and glad when it was all ...
... first (or I did) after dinner the other night. It's customary to bring fruit after your meal and sometimes includes a little dessert. Funny that night because none us were all that hungry, and Johnny had even said he couldn't put anything in his stomach if he had to. The pile was half gone in no time. We split up and Nick , Lisa and I walked around the shops and eventually made it to a little beach but the ...
After a wet beginning to 2014 in the UK we returned to Kerenne on 9 April. Philippa travelled to Bristol before we flew out together to Chania and then by bus to Aghios Nikolaos the next day after a night in a hotel. It was a poignant return as this was the first time Philippa had been aboard Maņana since the unexpected death of her husband Dave.