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... the group of 40 was going on a field trip, taking the tram to an Archaeological site.
While the big girls are at camp, mom gets Tessa time! It is so awesome and unusual to have many hours to kill alone with Tess. We frequent the library, the market, neighborhood parks, and internet cafes where Tess watches a show while I do my Edgewood work.
... some lessons how to navigate these things that pop up in a new place: being
resourceful, being patient, understanding how small your world really is, and realizing the value in speaking Spanish!
Yesterday we came up from the beach, exited the elevator, and what do I see on the rug in front of our door? My orange tank top! We all did a celebration dance. Like many other “things” from our American life, I appreciate it more having been without.
... Keith and Judy, and a chap called Alan who hails from Nottingly, where the trailers are manufactured.
If this continues, I think I will have to request commission from Armitage Trailers! (www.armitagetrailers.com/index.htm).
We have very pleasant English neighbours, Malc and Sue, who have been here for a few weeks and are able to give us a list of ...
... parts I like best about our group is the chance to walk and talk with almost everyone. We tend to start and then shift between individuals sometimes talking about the views and the weather and other times politics, cultures and travel. There's always lively conversations.
Today we had walkers from Wales, Scotland, England, Spain, Sweden and the U.S. And one of the couples also call Malaysia home for part of the year, so you can ...
... there are lots of chicks still being fed by their mothers, even although the chick is big enough to fly.
The chick follows the mother around, making cheeping noises and sort of fluttering it's wings in a pathetic way, until, the mother relents and feeds it.