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... mats, fresh herbs and spices etc.
We moved deeper into the centre when the rain started but still managed
to get damp if not wet.
Emerging from the other side without
being too wet or bothered, we crossed under the main road to the
waterfront. A row of eateries lined the north side of the harbour on an
old pier. We discussed the options with the owner and agreed the chicken
biryani with hot naan was roo tempting to pass ...
... a coloured sand tube. It was a bargain. We then headed to casela. We got there and had to literally power walk to the meeting place for our drive. We got to the place just in time and headed for our drive. We had a couple of minutes in between so we looked at the cute as lion cubs. There were white ones and orange. They were adorable. We went for our drive and the Indians drove aunty Jo and I crazy. Bloody yelling ...
... things" that come with obedience and character. Breakfast was copious, since I will have no lunch to be alert for Church this afternoon.
Last night, the hotel had a roast, with its customary Friday buffet on the Beach. I decided to pass and stay in my room, since it was roasted… pig! They told me I could have ordered something else, but I didn’t feel like smelling that unclean repulsive thing while eating. This week, I’ve ...
... an excellent sermonette on “The Time of Shekinah” (The Time of God’s Presence, in Eden and then).
Tomorrow, we have a big day, a day at sea on a catamaran with lunch at sea and one or two other activities (probably the biggest activity of the Feast, that required advanced planning and reservations) and we will have Church later in the afternoon or early evening. Hope you all have an excellent 2nd Day. I’ll let you know how it went. Good night ...
... at the time. They were only about a year old, so while they weren’t full size yet, they are big enough that if you met a hungry one in the wild, it could certainly eat you (or at least most of you…). Several were siblings and it was fun to watch them play with each other. But most of the time, they would just laze around – sort of like a household cat. It was hard not to compare to our experience with the tigers before ...