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... headed but also because of what we saw on the way there. For some insane reason Shetland ponies make me laugh, always have. Well, today I was in hysterics, I have never seen so many Shetland ponies in one place at one timet. 'Big' ones(well big for a Shetland pony!), small ones (like, really small), ginger ones, spotted ones, every sort imaginable, I was ...
... village in Surin!
What will I be doing there?
6 Februari 2013
We'll be picked up by a Thai lady, Pie Nok. She's also my contactperson at the secondary school.
7 Februari - 15 March 2013
I'll be teaching English at the secondary school, Saikaew Wittaya school and will be staying in a host family. I ...
... s new house, which looks fantastic. Caught up with Anne and Sara.We then went for 'High Tea' at the Villa Augustus in Dordrecht which was the old town water tower. It has now been made into a classy hotel, restaurant, it's own veggie patch, gardens and a variety of nick nack ...
... Markt and the main Cathedral that had a nice menu outside. I went in and asked for some food and got "kitchen is closed until 5, you could always have a beer though" which is the unusual thing about Belgian ales. You don't really feel like eating when you drink them - they're packed full of flavour. So a beer, I had. Re-assessed where I was with another chat to the locals and had a bit more of a look around. After a few hours and a few more beers I ...
... to it, it’s all because of Rebecca that we’re here. And for that we are very, very grateful! THANK YOU, Rebecca!!
And with that, we fondly wave goodbye to Antwerp and say a very heartfelt Thank You to all those who have made us feel so welcome here!
And now we turn toward the next phase of our Grand Adventure - China!
See y'all in the next blog!