Ever Rich Inn
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Today was the children's day and they said 'no tour guides and no temples' so we took them to Kidzania. We arrived at opening time, 10.30, thinking we'd spend 2-3 hours there. We left at closing time, 8.30pm!!! Whilst there was nothing cultural about today, the kids certainly had a great time and it was educational. ...
... critic. Everyone dreams. Everyone has these ideas, but because of external critics, your internal critic has learnt to silence ideas that aren't popular with the external critics. This doesn't mean I have the key to all my problems. It just means I know what the key looks like and what door it should open. It seems I've been waiting by that door for sometime, hoping someone might open it from the other side. I reckon it might just be time for me to look for that ...
... excited when she was contacted by Kirsten's mom and is keen to train her. Kirsten's daughter is in the same grade as Jake so they have likely seen each other around but neither would know that they both do trampolinging. On speaking with Kirsten, it sounds like her daughter and Jake are pretty much at the same level. So when I told Jake about this, he was super happy and really wants to go. Our next step will be to arrange a meeting with the coach ...
... Elephant Society In the wild, elephants stay together in herds of 5 to 20 individuals. There is always a leader, the strongest male. When threatened, the males, normally docile, will charge their foes. When families give birth, after a gestation period of 22-24 months, she goes to a grassy, comfortable spot with a 'friend', who acts as midwife. This ...
... historic and modern day Cambodia, friendly and energetic. He wore us out! By late afternoon, Stacey and I were both reluctant to get out of the (air-conditioned) car to look at yet another temple (it was 40!), so Sophoan took us to a small park commemorating the Pol Pot regime. It was horrendous - almost half the population were killed. Sophoan was 11 when the Khymer Rouge came into power and he ...