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... take a rowing boat
unaccompanied which is aggravating, I'm not sure what is so much more
dangerous in a rowing boat than a pedal boat but that is one rule
they all stick to. We hired a pedal boat and went around the lake.
Dad of course was slightly mortified to be seen in a pedal boat being
a member of the yault club and owning a Dutch sailing barge and
smaller sailing boat but non the less it was good fun. After this we
went to a fancy English tea place for ...
... if it be great. To die in one’s duty is life; to die in another’s is death.”
Yesterday I was out walking through the fruit forest on the estate where I’m writing this. I’ve watched not only the industry of the ants relentlessly marching up tree limbs to their own silent beat, but also the industry of the fruit pickers. To watch them laughing and playing little jokes on one another as they go about their work, I would certainly not want ...
... and solar panels. They are also striving to rely solely on their own garden produce- as the school menu is organic vegetarian. The kids even partake in practical courses such as engineering, farming etc. These kids are so excited about learning! it's so refreshing! eager to share their knowledge we had an enthusiastic group of kids show us around the school explaining their classes and day to day schedules. If only Canada's school system could muster half of ...
... it's not just the mountain range they know how to charge also. Buts its cold, clean, and well kept. It's like the vineyards in South Africa big white pillars leading to the groomed tea plantations. But 8 degrees. I have had my buffet dinner in a big hall. The vegy food was hot and ok. Glass of wine in the wine parlour and bed. Si ...
... one of constant challenges, and a slight vacation from the heat and chaos is welcomed by all. It’s Will, Shelby, Christina, and myself once again. Ariane are Juliet were in Chennai when we left.
The bus we took was a private one as well, rather than the hastily slapped together messes that the government provides. We travelled through the night, meaning we were all fast asleep while the bus carried us to Kerala’s footsteps. We didn’t cross in ...