Romantik Hotel Sim-Ju
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- Room service
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- Free parking
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... want to stay longer in Brasil to experience the Amazonas, there are lot of farms with wwoofing, so I might gonna do that.
I too want to stay in Costa Rica for a while, and I will definitly be in the Carribean Sea working on the boats there to get from isle to isle.
In North America I am still not sure, but I do like Vancouver in Canada, for the opportunity to see some whales up there.
Indonesia will be the country I want to stay ...
... down like cats and dogs, enough to wake Treas, who was busy cutting a few chords of fire-wood, and I just ventured out the door to find that there is a torrent, equivalent to the Snowy River in full flood, running under the van. I just hope they have a tractor in this joint to get us out of here in the morning, since it is about a 1/4 climb out of here..... ......Amazing....... The silence is deafening.... It's stopped..... ' Night, y'all.... Cheers The ...
The coach journey was going so well; we were making excellent time and getting through a variety of films - Mama Mia had finished and Skyfall was in full flow on coach 1 when we stopped near Dusseldorf at 11.00pm for a final toilet stop of the evening, and also a chance to brush teeth! The stop was planned for half an hour and so we dutifully returned to the coaches at 11.30pm only to find Rob and ...
... Desperately trying to avoid tourists while being a tourist myself?! I prefer to call myself a traveler rather than a tourist although I have to admit that I have been to very touristic places before and I certainly have enjoyed myself. (The traveler was active; he went strenuously in search of people, of adventure, of experience. The tourist was passive; he expects interesting things to happen to him. He goes 'sight-seeing'. - Daniel J. Boorstin) My traveling has changed ...
... Guten Morgen" in German. Every student then responds, Guten Morgen Madam......... followed by the teachers name. After introducing ourselves, we spent two weeks teaching the students about Halloween, family, Thanksgiving, and telling time. The students made thankful turkeys and completed mini-books about the first Thanksgiving. During teaching we had to speak slowly and make sure that the students understood what ...