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... color; they had so much depth and detail, it looked as if they were alive. It looked like pools of lava streaking around the sun. A friend of mine snapped a picture of one stage of the sunset, and I've included it in this entry, but I worked really hard to store that one in the mental memory bank for many years to come. I know I've said this before, and will likely say it again: It was the most beautiful thing I have ever seen. Absolutely ...
... t rise until 530. It was nice when we headed out though because the temperature wasn't at its hottest and the humidity hadn't set in yet. We ended up taking the long way around to get to the market walking along one of the main roadways, trying to avoid the stray dogs, balancing on the small, non existent sidewalks and admiring the entrances to people's homes. Every single home puts out an offering(s) to their Gods either on the street or in a special stand with yellow cloth around ...
Jay found out that the waterpark Waterbom was very near to our hotel so we walked and found it then walked into town and got me a ripcurl bikini as I'd been speaking to bambi and she suggested it because it was a bikini that should stay put. We then went to the waterpark for the day. The bikini stayed put which was a shock considering it had no straps but both me and jay got major wedgies. I did a bomb door slide ...
... but an adventure nonetheless). Just do it! You can worry about what ‘it’ actually entails while you’re doing it.
- malaria tablets and deodorant count as food: rats and mice can and will chew through plastic to get to these tasty treats.
- no one (NO ONE!) looks good in those traveling harem / fisherman / hippie pants – you know, the ones where the ****** hangs down to at least your knees or lower made out of flow-y material? If ...
... although I'm sure that's cheating lol. When we were finished we walked around the gallery and were shown the work of the previous master. It was simply beautiful and when you think of how one man spent years on some of the pieces the word patience comes to mind! Next we went to our cooking lesson...we were lead to a giant wooden table outside where there was bowls of different veg, spices and meats waiting for us, there were ants everywhere and neither the ...
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