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Fun loving, cheeky, crazy, energetic, happy and laughter are some words that describe my little grade 4's of Sayan 1 outside of Ubud. My kids names are: Boys- Dewa, balon, tedi, Tino, Juni, wayan girls- Devi, nadia. Maya, ade The first day was walking into the unknown, I didn't know what level of English these children knew or what they had already learnt. Therefore I was solely responsible for planning their lessons ...
... telling us the stories of all the murals on the ceilings of two buildings within the complex. We allowed him to tell us stories, feeling by this point tired and a little battered by the previous experience and felt little sorrow when his face fell as he was presented with exactly $1 for his trouble.
Dinner that night we talked it over, the feeling of being scammed was enough now, and we also decided that we were templed out, comprehensively. ...
... the Ojek again, two buses, a ferry to Bali and a lot of waiting around I arrived at 9pm after departing at 8am. It's a wonderful exercise in meeting the locals and something you just couldn't do on a cruise ship. I mention this in passing because our departing ferry had to negotiate the Sun Princess in the harbour. A mate of mine was on it and I swear I saw him returning on a tender!
On Monday I rented a bike. For five dollars and one more for fuel I visited many ...
... 10 degrees higher. As a result, Janet felt very ill and had to sit down to try to regroup which was not sufficient. We had to race with a weakened Janet to the nearest ladies' restroom and arrived (apparently) in the nick of time. Janet was a sickly shade of green so much so that the driver, the guide and the security officers were prepared to call an ambulance and seek medical aid for her distress. Janet refused and said she would 'come back ...
Yesterday, when wondering around Ubud I noticed flowers littered the street, they were carefully placed in front of every shop and restaurant and dotted around my accommodation. What were these? This morning I woke and stepped out onto my terrace to find another little collection of flowers, held in a little case made from coconut leaves. It wasn't until I was having dinner ...
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