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... Mashan to let him drive the tuk tuk. You can see the video and how he got on at http://tinyurl.com/tuktukdriving He drove us all the way to the Herb Garden which was actually more interesting than it sounds. We learnt about natural remedies for ailments and broken bones. This ...
... I didn't even know the boy and I was crying. The whole thing just felt very emotional. After spending less than 2 weeks in the remand unit he was going home again. I wonder what it felt like for him, a holiday? A get away? Time to relax? The boys don't do much in the unit, there are books for them to read but other than that they just sit and watch television all day. I'm glad that we visit in the morning as they have something to look forward to! I'd really like to visit them ...
... the door. More and more people boarded. It was a tight squeeze and very hot. Despite there being no space to even breathe, the conductor still squeezed his way through the bus to collect the fares. When we thought that no one else could fit on, people started to hang off the side of bus. I was thankful that we were on the inside rather than the outside. This bus driver too thought he was a Formula 1 driver so we raced along the ...
... many smiles and hellos with the people you pass. The first thing that happens when you see anyone (not just the excited children, everyone!) is a shout of "hello, how are you?" To which you must reply "I am fine , how are you?" because most other responses get lost in translation! The next question is "what is your country" which, when they hear England, is followed by a list of famous UK cricketers to which I can only pretend to appreciate. A ...
... Kerstin (who I met in thailand) for lunch and shopping. Hikkadua is a tourist beach town, tons of shops and restaurants built right up to the beach. There was a good, but crowded wave. Cute town to lay on the beach for a few days, but was happy to return to much less crowded Midigama.
Had a really nice New Year's Eve dinner at the guesthouse. Much like Xmas everyone had brought some wine and some really good local dark beer. The family made homemade fish and veggie ...
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