Okay. So are we, but we simply do not have the time this week. Could it wait a bit?
After the summit, we did only on Granada day, and of course, it had to be the Al Hambra. So we left Granada for La Herradura and thought we would have to go back to look at the bus. But listen:
Jesper re-contacted the guy and said: Now we actually have time, but we are one hour away. When do you want to meet, and where is it actually? Oh! He was also near La Herradura, only 5 minutes out of the village, could he come to say hi at the beach, he asked us? The bus needed some attention before he could show it, but he would very much like to meet us. Yes, sure.
So, we spend an afternoon. And decided when to go see the bus.
On the day, he came to pick us up at the beach, as it was easier to follow him to the location than understanding what roads to take to the land he had rented. And we saw the bus and fell in love with it. Just a WONDERFUL bus. I can not begin to describe in how many ways it would be a perfect supplement to all the vehicles we already own. Or I will. If we buy it in the end.
Mucky had lived in it on and off for twenty years of his life and given it good attention and lots of love. Just like we are traveling with our children around Europe he had done the same, some twenty years ago. So similar stories.
And listen: He had parked in a VW Multivan converted for living and traveling with his children at La Herradura Beach on the exact spot where he picked us up, just before he bought the bus.
And one more thing. We share family names. Yes. We do. We have the same name. He is Conrad, just like we are.
So, coincidences are interesting, right? In the end, I don’t believe, they are coincidental. The more we are aligned with the Big Picture, with God, if you like, the clearer it becomes, there is more going on than what we can explain with logic and science.