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... supplement our sandwiches. Miriam from the ministry told us all about the recent elections because she was a returning officer. After lunch, we went to the Grade 8 classroom where they were learning friendly letter writing. There are only 9 students in that class and they have to write government exams in March so they are practicing. Amanda showed the teacher (who is also the principal) how to benchmark a couple of students while Diane tried to converse with the others and help ...
... similar to Palenque and structurally like Chichen Itza. Some were so tall!! It was really beautiful and an incredible day. Ash would pull leaves of trees once the rain stopped and it cleared up, and all the water droplets would fall on me haha. It was so humid it was hard to breathe. We laughed and mucked around for most of the day, always ahead of the pack. Our local guide was Sam and he was really cute. We then had lunch at a great spot with a view. Had a burger. ...
... outs (where you supervise them from outside the cage) as well as sit ins (sitting in the cage with them). I have had to move the sit out chair closer to the cage so it's easier to intervene with the whole Vicki-Kat situation. Alana can't really go in with them yet as they are just not in the right state of mind, so all sit outs and sit ins have to be done by me. This means I am effectively spending every waking moment ...
... itself was really spectacular, and we spent the entire morning ‘floating’ through beautiful cave formations. I use the term ‘floating’ loosely, as most of the time we actually had to paddle quite energetically in order to make it over the shallow rapids with our bottoms intact. “Bottoms up” was a frequent term employed by our river guides, who kept instructing us to “paddle left” and “paddle right” and “paddle ...
... bhai no chance of keeping up with her troop with her tail severely broken in three places. There is an ongoing debate about her name, I'm pretty sure it will be Annie (as in 'little orphan Annie'). She has alreadt had part of her tail removed (the tip), but it was suspected that a significant proportion was completelt dead. Tonight I got to hold her down while the dressings were partly removed and the the tail was inspected. I was chosen as Paul didn't want her ...