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... the Indian village. Along with 300 school kids...... The Indian village replicates life back in the 1620s. The people here spend the day dressed, and doing activities that they would have back then, cooking and keeping fire, and giving demonstrations on how they make their manshoons or boats. They burn down a tree, laying it on its side, then maintain a fire on the top edge creating coal and ash and scraping away to hollow out the tree, making a boat. There was a "winter home" ...
... walked in and decided to head in one direction of the main path first. At several locations there is a number on a post to let you track where you are on an installed map. At one point we got a bit confused and went in the wrong direction (there was no map post at this section) and we ended up going further before heading back to the main path, then we walked a little further up the main path and turned onto a path in the other direction to our first little trek. It ...
... for shopping..... We found a shopping centre, browsed around and found they had a Cheesecake Factory so that was tea sorted!! Mitch didn't understand what we meant by Cheesecake Factory and had McDonalds at 3pm cause it was staring him in the face........ We walked into the Cheesecake Factory and while the lady was gathering menus Dale embarrassingly gets Jordan to ask the lady if Penny was there........ I'm leaning on the counter with my head in my hands, cause the ...
... didn't have any accommodation and was planning on just sleeping at the airport. My hotel room has a spare bed, so I told her to get a taxi and before long, I met Lucy! She is getting the bus to Camp in the morning whereas I'm spending a few days in Boston before I go. So it was lovely meeting first fellow Aussie and Camp counsellor of this Summer Season. I'm planning to do some shopping today/morning and explore Boston a ...
... takes to break out of your cocoon; the sweeter the taste of the flower's nectar.
First Stage: Eggs hatch into larvae commonly known as caterpillars
Second Stage: Caterpillars- the caterpillars are busy and hungry. They may eat once or twice their own weight in food a day, after several days of content feeding they outgrow their own skins, at these times they molt, splitting the skin and they crawl out of it. A ...