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“Welcome to South Africa” said the Border Officer. “Welcome to South Africa” said the pilot and flight attendants. “Welcome to South Africa” said Sidwell. “Welcome to South Africa” said the baggage claim attendant. “Welcome Home” exclaimed the Cradle of Human … Continue reading
In Cappadocia, there is a lot of history. One of the parts of original churches is that they were in caves. Here are some pictures.
On very elaborate trips that especially encompass flighing there is always a problem. We have been extremely lucky. Flights get cancelled due to weather, planes have mechanical problems, a plane gets over booked, a flight is delayed. There are many … Continue reading
We had an immensely interesting experience on our second day in Goreme, Cappadocia. We had a chance to fly. Not literally, but simply in a balloon. Cappadocia is the home of fairy chimneys and beautiful landscape. This landscape has been … Continue reading
As with detailed posts, I’m quite far behind but I will continue to post simply what we are currently doing on this daily itinerary. I will continue to post on this post as I have time. May 18 Morning: Meli … Continue reading
This is the site where you will be able to see into what we are doing and what we are contemplating. As the sabbatical begins we will continue to post.
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Telling and Sharing Gospel Stories in Cambodia