It wasn't until she found herself waiting on a boat with a young driver while her friends and their guide went SCUBA diving. The conversation with that young driver became her favorite moment of the trip. They had a great conversation, a Godly conversation, such that went another boat floated by she saw that its name was The Galilean!
Jesus, the Galilean preacher and teacher (and Messiah!) spent an afternoon with a Samaritan woman, someone he should not have been speaking to - especially in public. She was a hated Samaritan, a woman of ill-repute because of her multiple marriages, and certainly not of the influential class. Yet Jesus revealed himself to her and she began to proclaim his name.
Kathy's friend was also not of the influential class, and it was an unusual and even a little awkward situation. Yet she was open to God using her, and He did. The young driver later came over to Kathy as their car was driving away. He thanked her, clearly showing that the conversation (and her Godly presence) impacted him greatly.
How might we be more open to God using us? Have you ever prayed before a vacation that God might use you? It might be worth trying on your next trip.