Villa Camilla Boutique Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
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... through His Word, and the book will agree. But God does not only communicate with us through His Word, according to the book. I don't fully understand it - we are only in chapter 2 - but the book says that God wants to interact with us, respond to us in an active way. This kind of prayer is a skill to be developed, not something believers will be able to do ...
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family, community and our project. To keep record about our feelings during our
first few weeks we illustrated our moods in a curve on a worksheet. Next we had
some free time to exchange our experiences and some observations with the other
volunteers. After dinner, which was typically Panamanian (rice with some meat),
we continued with acting ...
... were much better and I caught several waves and I only went back to the house because I was exhausted. I continued my hydration through out the afternoon and would catch a ride with the first car leaving. I loved it there but it wasn't home and I wanted to be home and have time to get back into my work routine.
Unfortunately the water is not working in my house so I am not able to do some things that I wanted to get done. Cook or wash clothes. Boo!
I would like to take this opportunity to introduce an incredible sister to all of the readers I have had the privilege to meet and work in service with.
Judy is a retired American sister who moved to Panama 1 year ago to live out the rest of her life and service career. She has been pioneering for... wait for it... 43 years! More then twice my age....
She is so bold and ...
... to be an excellent day of snorkeling. There were so many fish even before I got to the reef. Small fish were darting about. Larger iridescent fish, shimmering in blues, greens and purples were feeding on small aquatic plants (and ******** constantly in billowing puffs). I saw dogfish and, well, I saw a bunch of amazing fish, none of which I know the names of. There was a lemon yellow fish as well as a striking blue fish with white polka dots. There were many ...