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... and yet the Lesbian and Gay Christian Movement asserts that “a lot of young men brought up in Catholic households see the priesthood as an answer to the perpetual question of ‘why aren’t you married yet?’”. Only three years ago, Panorama, the Italian newsweekly, captured priests in Rome visiting gay clubs and having sex. Do you see where this suggestion of priests being released from their vows of celibacy is springing ...
... track with my blog and the famous "I was there" Book.
Cheeky Kathi? I have driven half of the people I met crazy because of your book! Hope you do realize that? Proper good stuff that is!
Your present has made you earn many brownie points, buster!
Time to get off and enjoy the evening.
Catch you later Campers!
PS: negotiating currently a 2days safari to Tsavo East :-) Fingers crossed! ...
... lady, *clicking of tongue* and she had not responded well to his suggestion that he should just take a second wife.
“Love does not work like that for me” she concluded.
Shops in Watamu are generally shacks by the roadside. Either cleverly constructed from old misshapen and 5th hand sheets of corrugated iron and cardboard, or the traditional mud and banana leaf design.Shops with ...
... to the Vulture problem.
Man and Wife and guide walking in jungle. Guide takes them off beaten path and they get lost. Wife falls down, and over a cliff. Vulture soon circle. Man and guide will starve if they do not eat, so guide suggests they eat the wife. Man unhappy. Guide goes to bottom of cliff and know man not happy to eat wife, so decides to say the vultures ate her but he grabbed a vulture before it flew away and this is its meat. ...
... I'll just presume they were!
We also visited some ruins - Gedi or Gede just outside Watamu is a 13th Century Swahili village that no one seems to know a massive amount about except that it was exceptionally prosperous at it's peak with remnants of items traded from as far as Italy, India and China found in it's ruins. There are also surprisingly no written records of it which explains why the invading Portuguese never found it but doesn't explain why it was rapidly ...