Lonavala - Mayur, A Sterling Holidays Resort
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... in a village of people. They go with great joy, and they have made a way for the orphanage to gain acceptance in this community with the ultimate prayer thatmany will come to faith in Christ Jesus. They are giving literal sight tomany while we pray for their spiritual sight. They will share with you in the days ahead...so be in prayer for all of us, and know that we carry you in our prayers and hearts! Until we see you again...
... mountain were beautiful :) We then visited another village, the Zambolim village and went back to the hotel. That evening I went into the town with Gero, Sabrina, Janine and Vicki and we had a few drinks on their balcony, it was nice to be able to relax and chat with them as it's very interesting learning about so many different people's lives.
... After a short meeting with Chacko, were were finally able to spend time with the kids, the main event!
The kids sang and danced two wonderful songs for us (all ages included, from kindergarten to teens!). We met the staff, then each of us had a chance to speak to the children. It was great to have the chance to reemhasize Pastor Donnie's message to them in January, that God has a plan and ...
... down at us from a branch, his fat bushy tail dangling below. I had barely focused my camera on him when a family of golden langurs rudely shooed him away into the canopy. The langurs were not my favourites at that point of time! Never mind. The Blue Mormons consoled us a short while later, by flying in a close circle around both of us individually. I could have taken a brilliant photograph then, ...
... three more Block Stations, viz., Mandgaon, Magazine Point and Panorama Point which are opened only in the season to facilitate the passenger traffic. Rail-motors, tiny carriages, with steam or diesel locomotives are run on this line." The following is a rail enthusiasts account of his journey on the Matheran Hill Railway - from: http://www.irfca.org/articles/manning/s mr.html "No. 601 passenger started away from Neral Junction with a blast from the air horn and jolt as the links ...