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... s place and actually remember the way from the night before.
We manage to grab two taxis and head to the railway station. It is a really busy place as you would expect. All 13 friends that are travelling together meet there, pass through scanners and some, including Josh get some supplies for the trip. We are expecting about 6 hours in the bus. Josh and I have a seat pretty close ...
... them from swallowing the fish. The birds then return to the fisherman, who removes the fish from the bird's throat and the bird is treated with a smaller fish that they can easily swallow. From there our river raft floated down a couple of "waterfalls", which were more dips in the river for a fun experience. I was paired up with Gabe, the man from Chicago. The night before we had a long conversation about taking the time to travel extensively by oneself. He said ...
Today we started early with Tai chi lesson at the hotel..
Once we had breakfast, it was time to head to a local primary school to do our communty service part.
We had a hand in teaching the school kids in Art, Science and craft lessons.
The kids were so pleased having us around and thankful for all our gifts of school materials for the school.
We ate our packed lunch then it was time ...
... actually move the seat up, so it was actually at the right height! An Israeli girl came with us as well as she wanted to see Moon Hill, so there were 4 of us. It was a fairly short cycle to Moon Hill (only about 8km) on flat roads, which made it easier. The scenery was so beautiful! When we arrived at Moon Hill we had to pay £1.5 to get in, and then it was a fairly steep climb with ...
... from the typhoon - so maybe it was a bit of both.
The far views of the karst mountains were terrific. Vivienne took us through some quiet countryside and gave us lots of opportunity to take pictures and wander along river banks. At one point there were three old ladies - two claimed to be over 80 and the third not far behind. As they saw us approaching they leapt to their feet and made out they were working the old irrigation ...