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“Buona vacanza mama Chris!!!”

Source: Instagram, http://instagram.com/p/rC9aiYrfi8/. (Accessed 21/08/2014.)


Instagram photo 1

That was the comment of C3 pastrix Vicki Simpson on Chris Pringle’s instagram.
Did you know “Buona vacanza” means “Good holiday” in Italian? So where do you think Phil and Chris Pringle decided to go on vacation while their close friend and protege Kong Hee took the stand in court back in Singapore? Here is another clue.


Instagram photo 2

Source: Instagram, http://instagram.com/p/q16TKpLfp6/. (Accessed 21/08/2014.)

In the past years the Pringles have uploaded numerous photos of themselves floating on a yacht around the Mediterranean. This time, they appear to be more hush-hush about their holiday destination. And it would make sense considering their good friends Kong and Sun Ho are not fairing too well in court.

However, thanks to Chris Pringle’s Instagram photos of their previous Mediterranean destinations and these latest photos, they love to leave enough clues to let all know where they are holidaying. It appears they are floating somewhere in the Mediterranean near Greece.

The clues are as follows:

1. The golden plaque with the cross and Greek words in photo 1.

2. The weathered door designs.

3. The house walls and designs (specifically the wall in photo 2).

It also helps when poor, decrepit, basement-dwelling bloggers have actually traveled to the Greek Islands themselves, and recognize the area. *Shock! Horror!*

So what is their excuse for holidaying like this, and not standing shoulder to shoulder with their close friends Kong Hee and Sun Ho? Is their excuse they were too busy doing mission work?

By the way, if you think this article is perhaps “grasping at straws”, pause for a moment and think about Christians in Syria and Iraq having THEIR best life now.

The unfriendly pursue selfishness

“The poor man utters supplications, But the rich man answers roughly. A man of too many friends comes to ruin, But there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother.” Proverbs 18:23-24