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... point. Dave has spent extensive time is Asia and ordered for us so we could experience a variety of Thai food. Some of it was really hot and unfortunately, did not come with a fire extinguisher! We got a good night's sleep and took a taxi to the airport in the morning. We were a bit surprised to find that there was very little traffic on the way to the airport. This was completely unlike any time on the road up to ...
... hotel where we will stay the next four nights.
They thought we'd be tired and want to rest the rest of the day but we not have that. Let's get on with our program.
First we had lunch at the hotel then, then drove out to the United Youth Corps camp about one hour out of town. We have known about this camp, supported it and knew how well it was run, but never had a perspective of where it was at in ...
... as well as upgrading the printing workshop at our Kids WW centre and turning it into a classroom, preparing the playground, and designing and making toys for the kindergarten.
Here are some updates which I have taken the liberty of copying from their Facebook webpage:
Prospective Parent Workshops
Anxious about the highlight of the trip, Taal Lake, we reached the edge of the lake, from where we were taken to the volcano by boat, bouncing, drenching, a very tiring 30 minutes... as we had to keep holding on to the water proof plastic cover to protect us from the splashing all around us... we were very much tired and relieved to have reached the base of the volcano without getting much drenched..
We were welcomed by guides who then baggaged us on top ...
... the distance ahead, giving you the impression this road will never end.
Just about halfway between Polomolok and Tupi various family owned road side work sites are situated along the highway; local craftsmen are working tirelessly from dawn to dusk, to produce the illustrative and unique Bahay Kubo. This rustic ancestral home is very popular as recreational hut in private gardens and holiday resorts. At the same spot bamboo furniture and other items made ...