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... the present president is ruling things have changed. The country stabilized and the economy is getting better. One great example of the things I don't like about this government is that they made being gay illegal. I consider it to be a step the wrong direction for human rights. But still the country is considerably more stable than neighboring countries.
Nature isn't the only unpredictable thing in the country. ...
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Literacy rate: Adult 73%, Youth 87% (UNESCO, 2010)
... From there we will be put hard to work on Ernst and Penny's farm until beginning February. The hopes are to pop over to New Zealand in between. The final part of the trip will consist of Thailand, Cambodia, Myanmar, Vietnam and Laos. The exact order is still to be determined :)
I will be using this blog as a means of keeping everyone up to date. Niall ...
... that had stormed the beaches at Juno, liberated the Netherlands and Belgium and went into Germany where he ended the war. She said it was facing ting to talk with him. The three of us had a great lunch and Sarah was starving for some meaningful food so the chef made were some pasta and shrimp. They were very gracious to us and we really enjoyed our brief time together. Jane and Sarah went ...
... fractious so I made some lunch for everyone which calmed things down and they went back to amusing themselves. Ruby wrote a story today called 'Allegra the mermaid fairy' and apart from her phonetic English/Welsh spelling it was actually a really good story with conversations, plans, goodies and baddies and a happy ending. Lily developed a pantomime puppet show for the twins which also was going along nicely ...