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Dubai - City of plunder -Edit-

Dubai, United Arab Emirates


I`m in Dubai at the moment, well actually since nearly 12 hours with another 11 to go...
Dubai is pretty boring to me, I don`t like the airport, to much "Duty free" shopping feeling and I don`t want to spend money on going into town... I didn`t like what I saw from the plane/Airport particularily...
I`m just counting the hours til my connection flight to Dehli and from there it is a short four hours stop two hours flight until Kathmandu... Damn I`m looking forward to Nepal badly by now....

-Edit-
As an adittion to my first entry about Dubai I also need to say, that it seems to be an amazing country with an amzing culture and people. It is astonishing to see white clad "shaiks" sit next to one at the airport or see women covered with totally in black only their eyes popping out. Also there is a mosque in the airport and there is the traditional call to prayer. This is my first real encounter with a totally islamic culture. Not everything about Dubai is bad, just I am tired and tired of waiting... but I still won`t come back for a second visit I know that....

Im Moment bin ich in Dubai, genauer gesagt schon seit 12 Stunden mit weitern 11 Stunden die es totzuschlagen gilt... Ich mag Dubai nicht besonders, es liegt eine Atmosphaere des "Duty Free" shoppens und Geld ausgebens in der Luft die ich ganz bestimmt nicht gesucht habe auf diesem Trip.. Ich will auch nicht in die Stadt fahren, da mir diese aus dem Flugzeug und von Flughafen aus eher wie ein Klotz aus Glas, Stahl, Beton und anderen Baumaterialien vorkommt als etwas lebendiges...
Ich zaehle die Stunden bis zu meinem Flug nach Dehli und freue mich so sehr auf Kathmandu, das kann man sich kaum vorstellen...

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Als zusatz zu meinem lezten Eintrag ueber Dubai muss gesagt sein, dass es ein Land mit unglaublich interessanter Bevoelkerung und Kultur zu sein scheint. Am Flughafen gibt es eine "Mosche" in der gebtet werden kann und es gibt den Rituellen Aufruf zum Beten, es laufen schwaz verschleierte Frauen rum und die in weiss gekleideten "Scheichs" mit ihren "Palituechern" als Kopfbedeckung wirken fuer mich noch immer wie aus einem anderen Jahrhundert. Es ist mein erstes aufeinandertreffen mit einer so muslimischen Kultur udn Tradition und ich finde es schade, dass es gerade jetzt und hier sein muss...
Nicht alles and Dubai ist schlecht, ich bin es nur leid, genauso wie ich es leid bin zu warten...
Ich werde auf keinen Fall wieder herkommen um mich hier zu "vergnuegen" aber ich denke diese Erfharung hat mein Interesse an anderen Religionen wieder geschuert.

permalink written by  Malle on April 5, 2008 from Dubai, United Arab Emirates
from the travel blog: Asian Adventures
tagged Dubai and Traveling

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Ein Lebenszeichen - Proof of life

Kawasoti, Nepal


My first entry from Nepal...
My first entry from the year 2064 (Nepalese Time ahs it that the year we are in now is 2064 and there will be new years eve in two days)...
I arrived in Kathmandu on Monday and met p with Kelly, a former volunteer at ARI. Together we managed our way through the slow visa process at the airport and a daring busride on the mountainridges of Nepal just to arrive in Kwasoti roughly 10 hours later where our host, Til, was waiting for us with her 8 year old nice and took us to her house.
The last days have been very exciting and interesting, and there are a lot of things to tell, but let this just be a first signal of life and everything else will have to follow.
All the best!

Mein erster Eintrag aus Nepal...
Mein erster EIntrag aus dem Jahr 2064 (In Nepalesischer Zeitrechnung schreiben wir das Jahr 2064 und in zwei Tagen endet es und 2065 beginnt)...
Am Montga bin ich in AKthmandu angekommen und traf dort Kelly, eine ehemalige VOlunteerin in ARI, zusammen qualten wir uns durch die schleichenden Visaprozedur am FLughafen, durch den halsbrecherischen Verkehr Nepals ueber enge Strassen am Hand einer der vielen Berge Nepals um ca. zehn Stunden spaeter in Kawasoti anzukommen wo uns unsere Wirtin, Til, mit ihrer Nichte zusammen in Empfang nahm.
Die letzten Tage waren sehr spannend und ereignissrech, es scheint mir nciht nur so als waere ich gerade erst ein paar Tage hier, sondern schon ein paar Wochen...
Auf alles andere werdet ihr erstmal warten muessen, ein Lebenszeichen.
Malte

permalink written by  Malle on April 10, 2008 from Kawasoti, Nepal
from the travel blog: Asian Adventures
tagged Nepal, Traveling and Kawasoti

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Happy new year!! - Frohes neues Jahr! / Nepal is red - Nepal ist Rot

Kawasoti, Nepal


GERMAN/DEUTSCH:
In Nepal ist Heute Neujahr, das Jahr 2065 wird eingeleutet, jedoch nciht mit Knallern uns Feiern, in Nepal ist Neujahr wie jeder andere Tag, vor allem, da die ueber 50 verschiedenen Ethnien verschieden Neujahre haben und es deswegen kein einheitliches Neujahr gibt, offiziell wird aber der westliche Kalender benutzt.

ENGLISH/ENGLISCH:
Today in Nepal it's new years day, today teh year 2065 starts. Opposed to western celebrations in Nepal there are no fireworks and no parties, New Year is a day liek any other day, which is not really surprising as the more than 50 ethnic groups have different new year dates and calenders, teh official calender though is the Western.

GERMAN/DEUTSCH:
Vor drei Tagen waren in Nepal wahlen, generell kann ich nur wenig dazu sagen, ich hab gehoert, dass es zu bewaffneten Auseinandersetzunen kam und auch einige Menschen getoetet wurden, bei uns war aber alles friedlich und wir haben davon nichts mitbekommen.

Zum Prozess der Wahlen laesst sich schon viel mehr sagen.
Als Wahllokale funktionieren wie in Deutschland Schulen oder soziale Einrichtungen, die Art und Weise wie hier gewaehlt wird ist jedoch sehr anders. Erstmal wird hier getrennt und zwar anch Geschlecht, Frauen und Maenner stehen in verschiedenen Schlangen an um ihre Stimme abzugeben, und das auch nciht zu knapp, geschaetzte 3 Stunden standen wir auf dem Platz einer lokalen highschool mit unserer Wirtin TIl und warteten darauf, dass sie ihre Stimme abgeben konnte. Langeweile? Keine spur, es kamen dauernd Leute um mit uns zu sprechen, wir sind aj nunmal die Weissen, und ausserdem gab es fuer uns auch mehr als genug zu sehen.
Die Wahlurnen werden hir von Polizisten und extra eingestelltem PErsonal, bewacht, die Polizisten, hier in Tarnuniform, tragen Gewehre mit sich rum und man hat eher das Gefuehl einem Soldaten als einem Polizisten gegenueber zu stehen....
Insgesamt stehen in Nepal 43 Parteien zur Wahl, der Wahlprozess ist aehnlich wie in Deutschland, jeder Waehler hat zwei Stimmen, eine fuer eine Partei, die andere fuer einen Direktkandidaten in seinem Heimatbezirk.
Da die Analpahbetenrate in Nepal astronomich hoch ist hat jede Partei ein Symbol auf dem Stimmzettel, keinen Namen, und bei dem entsprecheneden Symbol macht man dann sein kreuzchen.
Unter diesen 43 Parteien sind (wenn ich recht entsinne) sieben Kommunistische Parteien, von einer Marxistisch-Leninistischen Partei bis zu einr Maoisten Partei ist alles dabei, die Unterschiede im Programm sind mir bsiher noch nicht ganz so kalr, aber ich glaube, dass die Maoisten wohl eher die Sprache der Landbevoelkerung sprechen wobei sich die Marxisten-Leninisten in Rethoriken ueber Klassenkampf verlieren.

Riesig ist der Rueckhalt den beide Parteien in der Bevoelkerung haben, auf dem Weg von Kathmandu anch Kawasoti hab ich ueberall Fahnen und Schilder mit Hammer und Sichel oder anderen Symbolen der Farbkombination ROt/Weiss gesehen.
Die Stimmen in der Bevoelkerung die ich gehoert habe waren sehr hoffnungsvoll, da es sich um die Wahl zur VErfassungsgebenden VErsammlung handelt. "Wir hoffen auf den Anfang einer neuen Aera" "Wir schaffen en neues Nepal".
Das in einem Land in dem das Kastensystem noch immer eine wichtige gesellschaftliche Rolle spielt udn Frauen noch immer dem Mann untergeordnet sind jetzt auf einmal kommunistisch werden soll erscheint mir etwas komsich, vor allem da die tieferen Inhalte des Kommunismus nicht ganz in der Bevoelkerung angekommen zu sein scheinen.

Jedoch wird es interessant zu sehen welchen Kurs das kleine Nepal einschlagen wird, da nach bisherigen Auszeahlungen die Maoisten sehr stark fuehren, jedoch muss auf ein endgueltiges Ergebnis wohl noch etwas gewartet werden, da einige Urnen aus besonders unzugaeglichen Gegenden zu Fuss zur auszeahlung gebracht werden muessen.

So weit zu den Wahlen... mehr ueber Nepal, Land udn Leute, bleibe ich hier erstmal schuldig, das naechste Mal :)

ENGLISH/ENGLISCH:
Three days ago Nepal had elections for the constitutional assembly.
Now about the elections overall I can't say a lot, jsut that I have heard that in some areas there were fights, people got killed and there were other minor disturbings, we never noticed any of that.

In our area the elections went of just fine. Our hostfamilies votingplace was the nearest highschool, were over 9000 people were supposed to give their vote on that day.
We went with our host Til to see what it woudl be like.
Two things struck the eye, that the voters were being seperated by gender into male and female and that the female lines were much longer than the males.
There are various reasons, the men might have had to work so early in the morning (we went at 6 AM) though I doubt it, as there generally speaking was no work on that day, secondly a lot of men are off to foreign countries to work and earn money and maybe, men don't think of these elections liek women do, as they see a way to break free of the system of patriacy holding them down under the male Nepali.

Even though we were there so early, we had to wait a, guessed, three hours until Til had given her vote and during that time we made a lot of new aquintances and we had a lot of time to see and be stared at, we are the foreigners after all.

What also was interesting, but not utterly surprising was the presence of police, guarding the ballot boxes with their rifles, for the elections also extra personal was hired to secure a smooth commencement.

A total of 43 parties were represented on teh ballot, 7 of them (if I remember right) communist. As the litteracy rate in Nepal still is very low, parties are not listed with names but with pictograms.
Every voter ahd two votes, one for the party he wants to vote for, one for a direct candidate in his district that, mostly, has a party affiliation.

Stunning is the support the Communist parties have in the rural population, all the waz fro Kathmandu to Kawasoti I saw Flags, Banners, even Buildings showing their support for these parties by bearing red Hammer and Sickel or other communist emblems on them.
To give a insight in what people think here two comments of people at the election "We feel like a new era is coming" and "We are creating a new Nepal", both voters for the Maoist party.
Many people in this area I speak with voted for the maoists and I feel that there really are thngs at stak and abot to change in this country.
At the same time I see all the oppression women face everyday and learn about the segregatin of the cast system, which both shows to me in a clear manner, that Communism is more a brand than a understood and lived by principle of everyday life.If Nepal really wants to become communist it still has a long way to go, that is for sure....
But it seems like it is coming no matter what, in the msot recent calculations the Maoists lead clearly before the Leninist-Marxist party, followed by the "Nepali Congress", but a final result can not be expected to come soon, a some remote unaccessible arreas have to carry their ballot-boxes by foot to be counted.

So much from the elections for now.... And more analysis of the Nepali society, people, culture, coming soon



permalink written by  Malle on April 13, 2008 from Kawasoti, Nepal
from the travel blog: Asian Adventures
tagged Nepal, Traveling and Kawasoti

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Still Alive - Noch immer hier

Kathmandu, Nepal


Still in Nepal, for four more days, me and Kelly have moved to the next ARI Gradute (Ratna) and have already been here for nearly a week...
A lot has happened since my last entry, and this is most certainly not the time to wrap it all up, just a brief glimpse:
Facing two different worlds as we moved from Til's lower cast home to a Brahmin (Nepal's highest caste) home, a two day trip to the mountains near kawasoti, seeing a different kind of NGO work as the NGO Ratna works for has more than 70 active members, experiencing Nepalese direct action in form of roadblocks, and much more...

We are good and I will write more in the next days, all the best!!

Wr sind noch immer in Nepal, fuer weitere vier Tage, sind jetzt aber in dem Haus von Ratna, einem weiteren ARI GRaduate, untergebracht und das schon seit ner knappen Woche. Viel sit seit dem letzten Eintrag passiert, aber jetzt ahb ich gerade nciht die Zeit ueber alles ausfuerlich zu berichten....
Nur ein kurzer Aufriss, ein trip in die Berge nahe Kawasoti, das andere Nepal da wir jetzt im Haus eines Brahmanen, die hoechste Kaste Nepals, leben, die etwas andere NGO arbet, von Tils einfrau unternehmen zu einer grossen NGO wie Ratnas die mehr als 70 beschaeftigte hat, Nepalesische selbstbestimmung in Aktion, eine Strassenblockade von aufgebrachten Buergern, und vieles mehr...

Es eght uns gut und ich werde mich in den naechsten Tagen ausfuehrlicher melden!
Alles gute,
Malte

permalink written by  Malle on April 26, 2008 from Kathmandu, Nepal
from the travel blog: Asian Adventures
tagged Nepal, Traveling and Gaindakot

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Sri Lanka

Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka


Hey everyone!

It has been a while I know, but internet access has been very limited in Sri Lanka so far....

Well, let me tell you.

First of we stayed in Colombo with Buddhi, a 2006 ARI Graduate, and his family, that was really akward, Buddi was not allowed to leave the hose because he was on sick leave. So his brother showed us around town and Buddhi's father kept on saying how bad everything is and how badly they needed money, so we felt really really uncomfortable....

We mowed on nearly a week later to a town called Matarna at the southern Coast of Sri Lanka, there we stayed with a 1998 Graduate of ARI, a buddhist monk, that was very interesting and inspiring, after 4 days we moved on to Anradhapura were we are now, staying with Chandana, a 2007 Graduate..

Well, so much about travel infromation....

Sri Lanka is really really beautiful, it is like a small island paradise, palm tress, coconuts and wild animals everywhere...
It is amazing how different from Nepal Sri Lanka is, it is much more western in the sense that there is electricity 24/7, everybody has TVs, Fridges and the roads and manner of driving is much more organized.
Still I somehow liked the Nepalese mentality more and I think the kindness most Sri Lankans meet us with is superficial and because we are foreigners after all...

I have also been have my first share of traveling sickness, bad Diarrea and a sour stomach for nearly a week, that and the painfull first week have contributed to tainting the Sri Lanka experience.

Also nothing worked out the way we had planned, half of the people we wanted to visit are out of the country or not accessible because they live in the civil war area, that has really been a disappointment....

It was more by chance that we went to see Sumananandra (yes, that is a name in Sri Lanka) the 1998 graduate, but it was a very nice and liberating experience. Staying in the buddhist temple was very nice and giving for me, Kelly had to stay at one of Sumananandra's staffmembers houses because there are no women allowed in the temple. Watching the boys and young men cleaning the temple, doing their chanting/prayer, eating, laughing, watching me like an animal in the zoo, all that was so amazing and overwhelming....

I really enjoyed staying there, even though we didn't have any work to do, as most of Sumananandra's work is teaching and conducting workshops, it was very rejuvenating.... In general we havn't been able to do ANY work since coming to Sri Lanka, I hope, but fear otherwise, that will change soon....

About the Security situation in Sri Lanka....
There are a lot of police and military people everywhere, guarding religious sites, checking buses and trains, guarding Colombo....
It felt like kind of a war zone in the beginning and after the bomb blast prior to our coming I had a bad feeling getting on a bus every time the first few days....
But that settled down very quick and I don't feel threatened or scared at all anymore, foreigners are very safe from any kind of attack, and the whole atmosphere is not so threatening....

About the pictures, I will try to upload some later, right now I don't have any on me as this opportunity opened up very unexpected and also the internet connection here is not comparable to Germany or Japan, so it might take a while to upload anything, anyway, it is on my to-do-list.

About the food crisis, in Nepal we did not feel that at all and people seemed also very unaware of it, prices had risen, but not as dramatically, in Sri Lanka though, the price for rice has been tripled just in the month before we came....

So far we have not seen any riots because of that or heard any angry voices (except for Buddhi's father of course :)) but people must be frustrated, especially the poorer parts of the population.

Well, so far so good, that all for today..

Take care all of you!!!

An alle meine deustchen Leser, bitte entschuldigt, dass ich Heute keine deutsche Uebersetzung schreibe, das wuerde einfach zu viel Zeit in Anspruch nehmen, nur so viel, Sri Lanka ist bisher sehr lehrreich gewesen, sowohl auf positive als auch negative Art, es geht uns gut, wenn man von etwas Durchfall absieht, und es ist eine phantastische Erfahrung hier zu sein.
Das naechste Mal auch wieder auf deustch, gebt euch so lange bitte mit der englischen Version zufrieden.
Alles gute,

Der Malte

permalink written by  Malle on May 12, 2008 from Anuradhapura, Sri Lanka
from the travel blog: Asian Adventures
tagged Traveling, SriLanka and Anuradhapura

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Update

Colombo, Sri Lanka



Hey,
I just uploaded some pictures, all from Nepal and not yet titled, didn't have time for that...
We are fine and waiting to see projects in Colombo,
quick one,
Malte

Hallo!
Hab gerade ein paar Fotos hoch geladen, alle aus Nepal und bisher noch nicht benannt, uns gehts gut, wir sitzen in COlombo und warten darauf Projekte sehen zu koennen....
Ein kurzer,
Malte



permalink written by  Malle on May 21, 2008 from Colombo, Sri Lanka
from the travel blog: Asian Adventures
tagged Traveling, SriLanka and Colombo

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Tea plantations and hospitality

Hatton, Sri Lanka


Hey guys!
We just returned from a trip to tea Plantations in the up hill countryside of Sri Lanka, it was the msot beautifull of out trips in here so far, which says quite a lot as all of Sri Lanka is F***ing beautifull...
We meet a 2003 ARI graduate there and she showed us soem projects she is doing with Plantation workers, it was very very amazing and inspiring to see her work and the commitment she has... It gave me ton of energy and hope for our upcomming travels....
Just a quick one again,
Marute

Hallo alle miteinander,
wir sind gerade von einem Trip in die Teeplantagen Sri Lankas zurueck, der bisher wohl atemberaubendste Trip, die Berge sidn einfahc umwerfend schoen udn die Ladnschaft noch idyllischer als auf dem Rest der Insel.
In den Bergen haben wir eine 2003 Absolventin von ARI getroffen und sie hat uns Projekte gezeigt, die sie mit den Plantagenarbeitern macht, es war ueberwaeltigend und inspirierend zugleich. Der Trip aht mir wieder mehr Kraft und Freude fuer den Rest unserer Reise gegeben nach einer doch recht entnervenden Woche in Colombo...
Mal wieder nur ein kurzer Eintrag!
Euer Malte

permalink written by  Malle on May 24, 2008 from Hatton, Sri Lanka
from the travel blog: Asian Adventures
tagged Traveling, SriLanka and Colombo

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From Indonesia - Aus Indonesien

Balige, Indonesia


Horas everyone!
My first and I guess only entry from Indonesia, as I will spend my last week here traveling around the northern part of Sumatra island...
But don't worry, from next week on I plan to ahev a lot of updates from Japan, but about the last two and a half months, as I hope to have time and internet connection enough to reflect and think about everything I ahve experienced....
Indonesia so far has been very challenging and good at the same time, as we are settled close to the Toba lake in the Batak community there are virtually only christians around, and we are staying with two christian pastors, so there is a lot of worship, religion and also talk/discussion about the latter...
Also teh two pastors are working in an institution for mentally and physically disabled people, which has been a great test to me and given me a lot of gaining, valuable and good experiences...
I am looking forward to Japan very much and I will write longer and I hope more informative once I get there (also there will be more pictures!!).
Thanks to all who have been checking my blog even though I update it so infrequently and please hang on with me for another 2 weeks to get my impressions sorted out and in order.
All the best, your Malte

Horas alle miteinander,
endlich mein erster, und wohl auch einziger, Eintrag aus indonesien, da wir die naechste, letzte, Woche den Nroden der Insel Sumatra "erkunden" werden. Indonesien war bisher sehr interessant aber auch eine Herrasuforderung, wir sind hier am Toba See, und die dominante Ethnie hier sind die Batak, die eigentlich einheitlich christlich sind und wir leben mit zwei PAstoren zusammen, das heisst viel Beten, Gottesdienst, Religion und Diskussionen ueber letzteres, es ist nicht immer einfach, aber es ist auch sehr bereichernd und ich habe zum ersten Mal seit Jahren wieder das Interesse an der christlicehn Religion gefunden, zwar nciht als glaeubiger, aber als interessierter aussenstehender.
Diese beiden Pastoren arbeiten in einer Institution fuer Geistig und koerperlich Behinderte Menschen und vieles and der Erfahrung im Umgang/Alltag mit ihnen hat mir sehr viel gebracht, meine Einstellugn udn Herrangehensweise zu Behinderungen geandert und mir genrells ehr gut getan.
Ich bleibe einen ausfuehrlichen Bericht, mal wieder, schuldig, ich werde aber baldigst aus Japan schreiben, gebt mir nur ein-zwei Wocehn zeit um meien Gedanken zu sammeln, verarbeiten udn schreiben und dann gibt es mehr Berichte und auch Bilder zu bestaunen ;)
Bis dahin hoffe ich das ihr weiterhin gnaedig seit mit einem so unfleisiggem Schreiberling udn ich bedanke mich fuer alle die noch ab udn zu hier reinlesen!
Alles liebe aus Indonesien,
der Malte

permalink written by  Malle on June 12, 2008 from Balige, Indonesia
from the travel blog: Asian Adventures
tagged Indonesia, Traveling, Balige and Hephata

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Hello, World

Sydney, Australia


Our world is so miscellaneous that even if you go somewhere you've been to a lot of times, there's smth very special and unusual always to happen
We never tell exactly, whether there will be the same nature, same places, same people, same emotions...
Well, I think I've got to the right place...
I mean this site :)
I'm going to find a lot of friends all over the world, to gain the ability to know more about the places I've never been to yet along with the places I've already visited in my life.
So... Welcome! I dare to tell you "HELLO WORLD"


permalink written by  wow-traveler on October 5, 2009 from Sydney, Australia
from the travel blog: Wonderful Places to Visit
tagged Traveling, World, Hello and Micsellaneous

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want to go on an adventure?

Nampa, United States


ready to start a grand adventure? this is my first entry in my first ever blog. if you "travel" along with me, you are bound to discover that i am a reflective person who loves people and feels deeply! i am so honored to have you as a guest. allow me to introduce myself: i am a thirty something stay at home mama of two--havilah (4) and abraham (2). i am happily married to my husband of six years. i promise to tell you another time all about how i met this intriguing man in the woods and married him five weeks later...for quite some time, i have known that i was a traveling kind. i love people and enjoy culture. mostly, i love Jesus. i have found that following him is the the ultimate adventure. he is the one who has inspired this journey we are about to embark on.

presently, my husband and i are converting a carpenter schoolbus into an r.v. it will run on veggie-oil (perphaps i will invite my husband to write about that later) so far, we have removed the seats, put in a hardwood floor, put in a yellow vintage clawfoot tub and bunk beds. four weeks to go and we will be on the road. still much to do...such as put in the kitchen...and the second floor. we will do what we can, and the rest we will work on as we go!

i enjoy wild mountains, high deserts as well as big cities....but mostly, for me it is about the people. everyone has a Story worth telling. i look forward to introducing you to the folks we meet on the road, even as you and i get to know one another. even though what we are doing is not something you hear about every day, i hope you will not mistakenly think that we are the only ones on an adventure. there is much beauty to be discovered in whatever season of life we find ourselves in. yours is a Story worth telling. i hope you will tell it!

permalink written by  firebynite on July 26, 2010 from Nampa, United States
from the travel blog: super vegi-matic bus travels
tagged Adventure, Traveling, Jesus and Schoolbus

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