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... myself! The next couple of days were spent this way, beaching, swimming, wave braving and eating ice cream, I definitely remember there was a lot of ice cream- haven't really got any more to say about that but smile and exhale. Our final day was spent on a snorkelling trip, diving is a serious business here, so snokeling isn't just 'have a paddle and see some fishes', it's 10 meter deep water and sharks! Our first stop was at Shark Point, the sea was still very clear, ...
... had to offer, we hope to meet soon again and wish them a safe journey through south-east Asia. This short but intense visit left us a great feeling of not being the only parents wishing to show the world outside boarders and teach our children through homeschooling. Bon voyage Cedric et Valerie & ...
... are mostly centred around Independence Square and are predominantly a selection of heritage buildings and museums.
I found the WWII museum very interesting and informative and was happy to find that everything was also presented in English.
Coming from the UK we tend to learn about the German campaign and how the war affected Europe. It was very enlightening to learn something about the Japanese campaign and how it affected Asia and the Pacific. The ...
... we also saw a huge sea turtle and loads of clown fish. It was just like 'Finding Nemo' the clown fish were hiding in the enemas and if you swam down towards them they would come out to chase you off. The sea turtle was the same, just laying about waiting for a current to take it off somewhere, occasionally popping up for air. Our evenings were very relaxed. We would pick up a bottle of coke to go with our whiskey on the way back from the beach, have a cold shower and sit on ...
... twist gave it a humorous but irritating element. We declined his offer of a trip to the fishing village, kite maker, puppet maker and dragon boat temple as there was every chance one of us wouldn’t have got through the afternoon without dangling him on the end of the fishing hook. We left saying we would think about his trips- and as he said "we let our conscience be our guide" and returned to the hotel, just before the heavens ...