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... Des really loves.
Being the special Buddist holiday of 'Mah hut boo cha’ we went to the temple with Chai and Yupin tonight, sat in the breeze for awhile and when the monks were ready, all the town’s folk, and 2 conspicuous Aussies, circumnavigated the temple 3 times with incense and flowers in our prayerful hands, chanting some kind of creed or prayer. It was very enjoyable.
... the return of Jo and Heather Worth, who report that their Volvo Amazon will hopefully have the engine they have found fitted tomorrow so they can rejoin the rally as we head closer to the Burma border. We also hear that the missing Mercedes SL of Jan and Dana Hradecky which left us with broken engine mounts will also be returning, along with the Mercedes Ponton of Clemens Lansing, which left us with a broken ...
It is possible that my next goal is to tutor outside of school and maybe make a little bit more money. Our co-worker, Ananda, is planning to start a tutoring school very soon and has offered a tutoring position to both Zach and I. We will see what happens next!
Zach has seen two of his students riding motor bikes alone! They are only 11 or 12 years old! That is how it is here though.
... us the preparations for a local annual tradition that was taking place soon. He must've been keen to practice his English.
The small streets in Phrae were much quieter than we had seen elsewhere and after some wondering from the main roads we found the elusive parts of town that must have inspired the guidebook author to reference Luang Prabang. Small residential streets with overhanging trees and shrubs of flowers grew past gates and property walls. ...
... strength to pray without ceasing for our village and I beg that in this last week we'll see His infinite power displayed. I'm back though, yes sir, He's a comin' with a power that can't be stopped.
As a group of believers lets make this our prayer:
"O Lord Jesus Christ, there is so much to drag us back: empty pursuits, trivial pleasures, unworthy cares. There is so much to frighten us away: a pride too cowardly to submit to being helped, ...