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... referential description that it is what clocks measure but a fundamental structure of the universe, with its ability to freeze the past, live in the present and have the future flowing towards the here and now.
Hang on one minute! This travel blog filled with imagination, fictional events and the occasional moment of fact is no place to ponder what is time considering it has been the source of study by scholars for ...
... her clothes dry, Paul and I hid behind ours and dropped down to the boat’s floor, whilst Ray tried to take shelter behind his but opted for staying seated for fear of not getting back up (his and Sue’s words not mine!!) everyone else stayed put and took what mother nature had to give – youngsters!!!
The rain didn’t actually last too long but everyone looked really wet. Despite this, we were all still in good spirits!! We arrived ...
... but saw none of those. We had a good view of a bison at one stage but otherwise we saw only birds - sea eagles, two sorts of hornbills and a beautiful kingfisher. It was extraordinarily tranquil however and a most enjoyable trip.
We had fish from the lake for dinner and then sat and chatted with the rest of the group, one Californian girl who spent most of her time doing yoga and meditating, two young Dutch girls, two young Swiss girls and two ...
... not knowing when i would actually see them again genuinely was upseting. Usually when you travel you meet people as you are all in the same place. But this wasnt forced and just so real. Very sad moment. In the morning one of the girls made me wake her up to say goodbye. She kept saying dont leave it was so nice. I had breakfast and one of the gusy had set his alarm to have breakfast with me and see me off too. I wrote a note to a few of the guys and ...
The next two classes were on “My Family”. This subject has only recently been reintroduced in the schools after the devastating loss of life caused by the tsunami. So the lesson pack included some new photos and we were amused to recognise the family as that of Kobin, the taxi driver. When I showed Kobin later that we had been using his photograph in our classes I succeeded, for the first time ever, in getting a smile out of him. He is ...