LaFairy Sails have a restaurant and bar on the floor with open space overlooking the vastness of the sea and the strange rock formations. Guests will enjoy the delicious dishes of international standards and with the beautiful view of Halong Bay
LaFairy Sails 2 days/ 1 night with interesting activities such as cave tours, sea bathing, kayaking, rowing boat, fishing village tour, mountain climbing, squid fishing, It gives visitors a memorable experience.
- Alarm bell
- Fire extinguisher
- Life jacket
- Free mineral water in room
- Slippers in the room
- Bathroom utensils
- Air conditioning
- Gym room
- Please nan
- Doctor on request
- Safety box at reception
Seeking the Nigerian context
Over on Twitter, a tweet purporting to be from the handle of that great country Nigeria appeared on my timeline. The idea behind its existence, said the handle, is to share the Nigerian culture and context. By culture I think it meant pounded yam and Atilogwu. (I’d add jollof rice but one of the country’s spokespersons has said Gambian jollof bu greatest.)
But what is the Nigerian context? Is it power outages and badly behaved internet service provision? If it is, how do you share it via an app? All dis big big English school failed to prepare me for.
Because it’s the weekend and I no get work, I decided to seek independent means of verifying the authenticity of the handle–ignoring the factory-fitted blue tick it was born with. No typos unlike its newspapers; polite answers to questions unlike its citizens; a cultured tone unlike its bus conductors–all these seemed out of the Nigerian character (and, ahem, context).
And then I saw it. Barely two tweets in, each under 140 characters, the handle had used around 2,341 semicolons.
"There it is," I thought. "Nigeria my beloved country." And then I clicked the follow button.
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What’s the best way to spend the first day of a new year? To go to a cemetery of cause. Especially if it’s pouring outside. Makes it even more fun and adds a proper atmosphere, I’m telling you!
It was full of great things and I’m really thankful for that.
Shi – Horror Film premiered online on Fangoria Feed and got a generous retweet by the greatly respected Guillermo del Toro.
I flew to Canada to attend Rue Morgue Dark Carnival Expo where met a lot of awesome people and it was a very special event in many ways.
I made a new short Japanese Legends SLIT, which world premiered at Horrible Imaginings Film Festival in San Diego where I also managed to be present!
Then some productive and at the same time fun and great times in Los Angeles.
Then "Japanese Legends: SLIT" Halloween online premiere on Fangoria and Screen Anarchy.
I’m in England for already second time for the past couple of month.
And there are some really big things to happen this year due to 2016!
So the year was full of awesome people, things and events! It wouldn’t be this special without you, dear friends!
Pretty sure 2018 has a lot of fantastic things to happen for each of us.
Happy New Year!
Save for New Year 2018 with
Stuff church folk say:
“Muslims need to stop allowing terrorists to define their religion or they’re not going to be welcome anywhere.”
“Black people need to worry more about black on black crime before they criticize the police that have to patrol those areas.”
“White people need to stop oppressing people of color or there’s going to be a whole lot more unrest and protesting than just at football games.”
“Spoiled athletes need to spend some time around wounded veterans so they can understand how easy they’ve got it.”
“Gun owners need to agree to sane regulations to prevent mass shootings or the government’s going to pass much stricter laws.”
It’s curious… How quickly we see the solution when it comes to the defects of others, and when those solutions require little to no effort on our part.
But what does the Bible say?
“For it is time for judgment to begin with the household of God; and if it begins with us, what will be the outcome for those who do not obey the gospel of God?” (1Peter 4:17)
“Why do you look at the speck of sawdust in your brother’s eye and pay no attention to the plank in your own eye? How can you say to your brother, ‘Let me take the speck out of your eye,’ when all the time there is a plank in your own eye? You hypocrite, first take the plank out of your own eye, and then you will see clearly to remove the speck from your brother’s eye.” (Matthew 7:3-5)
If you settle for watered-down Jesus admiration instead of radical, transformational discipleship; if your disgust and criticism of sin is more pronounced towards that of others than towards your own, then you don’t yet understand what it is to be a Christ follower.
Lasting change doesn’t come through criticism but by example. If Jesus has the power to transform, prove it before you proclaim it.
Thank you. Please drive through.
The devil whispered in my ear: “You’re not strong enough to withstand the storm.” Then I whispered in the devil’s ear: “I am a child of God, a man of faith, a warrior of Christ. I am the storm”.
And the devil whispered back: “Excellent. The storm I was going to bring is spiritual pride.”
Wow! It happened again.. the Oct 3rd evening is SOLD OUT! Heart swoon <3 <3
Which leaves the Oct. 15th Full Day Immersion as one of my final events this year. This one will be amazing. Can’t wait to unvail it!
If you would be so kind as to share around I would be in deep gratitude.
So much unnecessary suffering happens in the context of romantic relationship, because we are committing to just one form of a box that we will inevitably grow out of. We are conditioned to believe that if the relationship lasts, it’s a success, and if the relationship ends, it is a failure. Not all romantic relationships are meant to last forever–in fact, most of them are not.
There is no reason to feel shame for the ending of one form of a relationship and shifting into another, because there are a multitude of other forms a connection can take, when we aren’t attached to what we believe sexual or romantic relationship must look like.
So here is a simple adjustment we can make about “commitment” in relationship, that will release the burden of “failure” and allow us to be connected to what is true, rather than what is expected:
What if rather than choosing to “commit to the romantic relationship we are in”, instead we “commit to the love we have for ourselves and for the person we are in relationship with?” Subtle yet profound difference.
The love we hold for a person is eternal, and the way that love get’s expressed can take many different forms–friendship, lovers, partners, colleagues. One is no better than the other, except if we bring in our own judgments about what it means to “end” a romantic relationship.
When we commit to the love we hold for each other, as opposed to the relationship in its current form, we commit to allowing the relationship to take on the expression that will most support freedom, happiness, and growth in all parties involved. We are no longer forcing ourselves to commit to a structure that we didn’t consciously choose in the first place.
Be adaptable. See the people you love as allies in co-creating a world of limitless possibility in relationship. And in-so-doing, you will discover a YOU that is so radiantly open, trusting, and free, that it will blow your mind.
It was an honor to have Give US Home Spider documented by @galligher_photo, along with the rest of the powerful work of Coastal / Border @angelsgateart curated by @martabelw and @raquefella and a part of @pstinla.
Coastal / Border also includes screenings, workshops, lectures and more! Including @paulpescador screening their film Greetings Friends, which is a free event that will take place this Saturday October 7th, at 7pm. @angelsgateart @ Angels Gate Cultural Center
Next week! I’m going to be offering my Divination for Creatives workshop and my Mutant Magic workshop as well as offering tarot, reiki, and healing services! I will also have some Zines for sale! All of this alongside the gorgeous praxises of the Angels of @mystic_bazaar at this year’s @desertdaze_official happening in Joshua Tree!