Sunday, April 28, 2013

Homeward Bound

     Another term comes to an end on Tuesday. We finished work on Friday and have three days relaxation before we leave. It has been another wonderful experience and one of the highlights was learning more about the National seminars conducted in the various countries, particularly in Asia. Christianity is growing rapidly in some of these countries.

     This past week was a busy week for driving and I had five airport trips scheduled on Friday, but one did get cancelled. One of the trips was to the private jet airport to take the session sponsors, a wonderful couple from Michigan. It is always refreshing to meet wealthy people who are also humble. All except one of our participants have now left and he leaves this evening.


     Yesterday we rented a car and went exploring "upcountry". Marlene likes exploring new towns and yesterday she did Pa'ia, Ha'iku, and Makawao. It's surprising that as you get away from the crowds, prices remain the same. We watched some surfers along the way as well as taking in the views.


     Today we walked to church and tonight we are going out to dinner with another couple to a restaurant we have not been to previously.

     Wednesday was my final Rotary meeting for this visit. The picture shows me with the current President, a friend we met here at Haggai as he and his wife have done volunteer service.



Anonymous Anonymous said...

Have a safe trip, Marlene and Ralph!
Looking forward to seeing you guys!!

Cecilia and Larry

9:09 AM  

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