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- Minbar in room
- Non-smoking hotel
- Breakfast Available
- Non-smoking rooms
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... several times after this amazing encounter:
“Jesus said ‘let the little children come unto me, and do not hinder them, for the kingdom of heaven belongs to such as these"
“As our time here closes and I reflect on all the ministry opportunities we’ve had, one of my favorite things has been the Tibetan refuge camp. As we walked around the corner 70 ...
... world to me......
12 years ago Blaik and I were living in New York City, I was waiting for him in a cafe and registered an Aussie family sitting next to me with small kids...over hearing a semi familar accent they starting including me in their conversation...asking the why who what questions about me living here ...
... They are peace loving but were hunted down and killed in the 1800s. Today they are accredited with the United Nations.
We had Chinese food for lunch then on to Humayun's tomb. Humayun was the 2nd Mughal Emperor of India. Nine years after he died in 1565 his wife, Bega Begam, commissioned the tomb and paid for it all herself. It is surrounded by beautiful Persian water gardens, and was big enough to hold 100 ...
... up".......great l'm going for a trek into a desert with a horse that loves to roll in sand. Well she didn't roll, although that took all my skill to stop her, but she did walk me backwards through several thorn trees and try to buck me of more times than I was comfortable with. Following this seat of my pants ride it was time for a massage, my first in India so I booked up with the girls in a tiny little shack of a place on the way back to the hostel. On the way back into town ...
... all there in front of me like my own India movie. While lush, green landscapes eluded us in the parts of India we visited, we saw beauty in fabrics, pink camels, painted elephants, bangles, weathered faces, spices, saris, the majesty of the Taj, children's tranquil faces amid the chaos, we saw both sadness and joy in villages we passed through, and mothers who begged for rupees to feed the child clutched to her breast while running along side our rickshaw. We were treated at times ...