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... might not be for them. The caves were incredible inside with many different patterns on the walls and ceiling caused by water over the years. Everyone was brave and careful and made it through in one piece. We probably lost a good five ponds based on how hot and sweaty we were. An interesting visit. The fourth Harry Potter came in today so the last 4+ hours of the day were dedicated to it. We did actually leave the house and had a final meal at Patty's. We sat in one of ...
... with a scarabee and frog - with their bare hands, what a progress!
Finally Yasmine succeeded to recognize and sing the complete alphabet in Dutch thanks to the Muppets of Sesamstraat on youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9N51Gndc vHE
the modern times have nice advantages sometimes.
Sarah succeeded all the multiplications by head from 0-10 and is very proud.
Amelia finished her reading tasks and end her first book of 200 pages with ...
Arriving at Koh Lanta we had no idea what to expect, would it be too touristic would it be to expensive.. we had done very little research, but we had arranged a work away placement here.
First impression were, well, impressive. Although it is evident that this island is well established with tourism it was also evident that they had done a good job with keep the authenticity of the place, it was charming. All down the main road that runs up from long beach were cute ...
... Rubber trees that descended from the first tree that was brought by Ratsadanupradit Mahison Phakdi arestill found in the province. Before the age of the rubber plantations, Trang used to be a quiet agricultural community. In reality, Trang, along with Krabi as well as other provinces on the Andaman seaboard are considered to be the oldest settlements in Thailand's history. The caves, riverbanks, mountains and the landscape of Trang carry the extraordinary remnants of ...
... Where do we go for this?” or “How do we get that done?”
In the process of building our home, visiting the island five times a year for the past six years, we have developed some quality friendships, and there are a few people on Koh Lanta that we rely on for good advice. And yet there are some things we just have to work out for ourselves. For example, “What do we do with our garbage?” Our nephew Darren, who has been ...