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... hour drive from Surabaya and 1-hour jeep ride over the rough terrain to get to the peak. I was among the first to arrive and planted myself in a prime location. A few hundred more rolled in over the next hour and a half. The whole time I was hoping the weather would cooperate. It was completely overcast when I arrived, with no stars visible in the night sky. Even the jeep driver said, in his broken English, that he could not promise anything because it was the rainy season. Not exactly what ...
... down with food on and flies.......but have always wanted to try it. Just been to scared of getting sick.
So with the guidance of Local friends, we go t a reputable more upmarket place and have it for dinner.
Another thing ticked off the bucket list.
It's very nice but all quite spicy.
Arrive home to the babies and we pack, as in arranging what to put in cabin bags etc. I always utilise these for clothes in case the luggage goes missing. I sure as heck wouldn't get ...
... and dynamic and we searched for some aqua fun and found the best! Waterpark with 5D movie, a whole day to spend and forget all worries...finally! The holiday season finished today and we almost have a private waterpark. Incredible fun, but as told before we bought a new camera and took nice pics that I will upload later. After the water fun we went visiting some giant shopping malls and who says that this is a third world ...
... they want and are told that they waste water. An American wastes 193 liters a day and a European wastes 85 liters a day on average.
At the end of each day’s activity they write a reflection of the experience. At the end of the reflection they think about the lesson they learned and what they can do differently.
We were surprised how impactful it has been for them. They have been extremely engaged and really have gained a ...
... rules to the elementary students and then will act as “enforcers” on the playground in the upcoming weeks.
From putting the final touches on their school-wide action projects to practicing and performing their student-written plays on stage, the 2nd grade students have been busy demonstrating that they are risk-takers who show others empathy.
Along with learning about taking action and understanding ...