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... focus on a handful of kids which we see the most potential in, I know it sounds bad because we should be trying to help all of them, but it really isn't possible with what limited time we have. I think the thing I've found difficult is the lack of focused exercise programs for the kids. It seems that after they wake up from their afternoon nap we are just expected to play games with them with no particular benefit to their ...
... the futures bright shade of orange and Emma's shared some little bears with Mr Hong. We drove through the rain dry, our top half's were anyway.
We went searching for a noodle breakfast in the back streets of Duc Thang and found Thuy Tu Temple and whale mausoleum. The fishermen believe the whale is a holy creature and worship it in return for protection from rough seas and the deliverance of bumper catches. Housed next to the temple is a 22 meter 65 ton fin back ...
... Saigon. Today, the name of this
bustling metropolis on the Mekong River is Ho Chi Minh City. Yet, the
essence of the city, a major trading center since the 18th century,
remains unchanged. The air is filled with the cries of street hawkers
and honking horns. Swarms of motorbikes buzz down the crowded streets
balancing every sort of cargo imaginable—from clinging families to coops
of live chickens. And everywhere, friendly ...
... headed to VIP room number nine. It's so exclusive that you could be in any room any where in the world. I don't even think there was a window. Lack of view aside the food was amazing we had a feast. Started with a taste of five different salads one including jellyfish - which was surprisingly crunchy. Then it was onto the snails out of massive shells, cooked with cloves of garlic. Quite nice, but a bit chewy. Then there was some ...
So i felt like a kid waking up on his birthday! Oh to be 16 again and getting the keys to your RG50! Granted i wasn't quite, but almost 16 when that happened but remember the feeling of freedom, the wind in my hair (that i still had then), the independence of getting yourself around, the liberation of not having to rely on the folks, and the emancipation of being able to get to and from the girlfriend on your own time by your own means! Or like my oupa would have said..... Footloose! Time ...