Parkside EGI Hotel & Resort
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... had a few participants, but many smiles. Then it was time for a story! With the help of one of our interpreters I told the 5 pt gospel message from creation to Jesus coming to life again because He loves them so much and wants a relationship with Him. I then gave an invitation, and for sure three of the older ones confessed with their mouths and believed in their hearts! There may have been more but it was hard to tell. By now there was a crown of around ...
... this is one of the first countries I've been to that ask me am I American first...usually they ask am i African...(i don't look African)
Maybe the reason they are so open is because they were colonized 3 different times so they are used to accepting new ideas quickly but its a breath of fresh air after closed minded Thailand. (which is a negative effect of them not being colonized)
Racism - yes it does exist here like every place else in the world, not going to ...
... guards. There was no way I could even sneak a couple of shots. The outsides of the buildings were still enough to have great memories. We lucked out with the overall shot at the entrance passageway as all the other visitors excite and left the field clear for me to take some photos. Along the wall, there is a very impressive, in color and especially in size, dragon which really gives a surreal feeling to the area. I walked up a few ...
... area, there are three large hotels, that share facilities. This is quite nice as there are 4 pools to choose from, with two of them right by the ocean. The views from our balcony are of the ocean, and quite spectacular. The resort area is beautiful, but just beyond the gates, which are all patrolled by armed guards, it does not look quite so beautiful, we have not ventured out ...
... lane. Thankfully we handed the key to his wife, retrieved Larissa's ID and wondered off at speed.
We arrived at the port an hour early. There were some food stalls at the far end and we wondered over to sit by the waterside onto of a sloped concrete platform. I bought a Puso, which is a coconut leaf wrapped into a triangular basket with white rice inside. I ate my plain rice watching the tropical fish swim around the boats. It was a beautiful scene and one which truly ...