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Happy Remembrance Day everyone and happy fall break, teacher friends! The rain last night was so loud it woke us up. This morning we woke up a little later, had breakfast and set out to our new school which is called Duck Run 3 - Hidden Paradise Government School. When we arrived, we discovered that two of the teachers (there are 4 in total) weren't coming today because one had surgery and one was sick. They don't have substitute teachers here, the remaining ...
Today we had a glorious sleep in...it was a much needed 12 hour sleep. Then we lounged around in bed and read for a while before going down for a late breakfast. We ate with Cathy and Judith and then we went and sat by the pool briefly. The ladies at the hotel brought us a bag of bread to feed the critters in the pond. The fish were vicious and disgusting, but the turtles were cute (although their shells are very dirty). So we started throwing the bread onto ...
... br> BTW...Zoe finally was up early enough to see the toucans fly across the yard, into the big trees by the nursery.
Thank you for reading, I hope you enjoyed. Welcome a ton of new persons...Mari just sent me a big list. Please start at the beginning...It may not interest everyone...but this is the start of our adventure. Also a bunch of stuff about farming. After all, this is why we are here!
... feed again today. It is so nice that he's getting stronger but it's so hard to hold him in the slippery pool! Adding insult to injury, the bugs were also terrible in the pool.
The new group of people that have accumulated over the last few days (Julia, Lillian, Susan, Alana and Megan) had their orientation today so we should find out their allocations pretty soon! At least one of them will be working in the nursery with me, which will be nice. ...
... the river at the point where a hand cranked ferry travels back and forth. We catch the ferry across and begin the one mile hike up the hill to the ruins.
A mile in the humidity of the jungle feels a lot longer, fortunately (or maybe not) it started raining. It wasn't heavy rain, which in it's own right is unusual as we've only ever had heavy rain, but this was more like drizzle. Enough however to pass off any sweat patches as being ...
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