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... in various parts of the country would go on well.
Czech Republic: The work is picking up, pray for more volunteers to help.
That is just a few of the requests we will be remembering in the next days and weeks.
And now we are off to Rome for the 6th International Brethren Conference on Mission (IBCM) where we have the opportunity over 4 days to make contacts with 700 believers from around the world!
Time to explore Rome! Last night I agreed to walk around with one of the girls with my hostel room and she was keen for an early start! We got up, had our free breakfast and then decided that Vatican City was first on the agenda. We decided to walk as we would save money on public transport and we would be able to see things along the way. We saw heaps of old churches and ruins and about an ...
... in we went and had lunch at a local cafe. Food was good and very fast, then i went and had a gelato and meet up so we could go inside the villa. The guide also showed us around, first of all there were the rooms with amazing painted walls, then we went out into the garden, where there was lots of waterfalls and fountains. We had time to wander around and explore, the gardens were very beautiful and on a hot day like today was very refreshing to walk around ...
... the actual food is also something that seems to be an alien concept! The Italians also seem to favour placing a chicken schnitzel (for example) in a bread roll with some lettuce, and whacking it on a plate in the display counter. When you order it they put it in an oven and you end up with a lovely warm roll, wilted lettuce and cool if not cold schnitzel. This seems to satisfy the locals but I would prefer a hot schnitzel, freshly cooked, on a roll with ...
... in Rome. This restaurant was featured on No Reservations by Anthony Bourdain who raved about the Cacio e Pepe here. I find the restaurant with 40 minutes to spare so I am delighted to find a huge church next door, Saint Cecilia. The church is lovely and has an archeological crypt down below. There always are some surprises underneath Rome. The crypt is quite huge and interesting. It's always good to see the layers of Rome to remind you of how Rome is layer upon layer ...