"I’m a Jehovah’s Witness and I used to travel for these big conventions so I’ve been all over the world. When we visited the Middle East, we always camped instead of staying in hotels, so I’ve camped on the Red Sea, the Dead Sea, and in Egypt. We always asked the people there where they ate because we wanted the real experience. You know, so many tourists eat at the five-star restaurants and in the hotels, and we didn’t want that. I was even invited to dinner by a terrorist once. I asked him, ‘Am I going to be safe with you? You’re not going to kill me?’ He said I’d probably be safer with him than with anyone else there. So, I went.”
Mar 14, 2014 / 234 notes

"I’m a Jehovah’s Witness and I used to travel for these big conventions so I’ve been all over the world. When we visited the Middle East, we always camped instead of staying in hotels, so I’ve camped on the Red Sea, the Dead Sea, and in Egypt. We always asked the people there where they ate because we wanted the real experience. You know, so many tourists eat at the five-star restaurants and in the hotels, and we didn’t want that. I was even invited to dinner by a terrorist once. I asked him, ‘Am I going to be safe with you? You’re not going to kill me?’ He said I’d probably be safer with him than with anyone else there. So, I went.”