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"What's in Your House?"

Even while the people stood amazed at the freedom given to the man of the tombs, the legion of demons found new homes. While the bodies of pigs floated out to sea, the people received as open doors with welcome mats. 103 more words


All the 'Hue' Up!

24Dec2016: Arrive in Hue, Vietnam

It’s a 3.5 hour drive from Hoi An to Hue, a port city in central Vietnam. The drive takes you through the misty jungles of Hai Van pass, a windy road in the mountains of Danang.   1,276 more words

Bahn Cahn

Ancient Delhi – A Walk through Mehrauli Archeological Park

History defines us.

We are what we are today because of our past. While many may disregard the ancient and focus on the present or the future, the truth remains that understanding out history can give an insight into what and how we came to be. 631 more words


Tombs in the Kidron — The Arrival of the Greeks!

When Christian tour groups are in Jerusalem usually they will visit the Mount of Olives and some of the churches on it.  However, they often will not have an opportunity to visit or reflect upon the monumental tombs from the Second Temple Period that are located in the Kidron Valley—on the lower, eastern slope of the Mount of Olives. 523 more words


General Cemetery of Valencia: Open Air Museum

“The life of the dead is set in the memory of the living. The love you gave in life keeps people alive beyond their time. Anyone who was given love will always live on in another’s heart.” Marcus Tullius Cicero (106 BC – 43 BC) 1,625 more words


42일째- Gyeongsan 慶山 - Tombs of Apdokguk

Korea is so small that history is everywhere.

I was coming out of the subway station when I saw a sign saying there are ancient tombs in the area.   264 more words

Gyeongsan 경산


We left the calm and safety of the Cairo airport and made our way into the throngs of Egyptian cabbies waiting hungrily outside the sliding glass doors. 2,004 more words