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This is essentially my journal of my time volunteering in Quito, Ecuador as a WorldTeach volunteer. *Disclaimer: This blog is personal and should be treated as such. The thoughts and reflections within are not shared by WorldTeach.
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A Travel Blog entry by toltmanns from Liveaboard Boattrip - Laba Island/Komodo, International
Next stop after a no-sleep night was Laba island. The snorkeling was fantastic. The water crystal clear blue. After that we went on to Komodo island to see the Komodo dragons. Did an hours trip and were nearly disappointed when a small dragon suddenly ...
A Travel Blog entry by thereisnoplan from Gili Laba, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
... or so, some of them doing the usual acrobatic displays but they were too far away to get any decent pictures. Gili Laba is a beautiful island nestled amongst a tight cluster of several other islands. We anchored up in the azure water and were taken ...
A Travel Blog entry by timvanslooten from Laba Island, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
... langs allemaal onbewoonde rotsachtige/grasachtige eilandjes. Erg fraai om te zien. We stopten bij een van die eilandjes (Gili Laba), waar we een bananenpannekoek geserveerd kregen. Daarna gingen we snorkelen. Erg mooi snorkelen overigens, voor het eerst ...
A Travel Blog entry by eddakath from Shaowu, Fujian, China
... to the ancestors, and heaven and earth. Boiling Laba porridge is one way people celebrate their harvest. The ingredients of Laba porridge are various items that are full of nutrition. It is made of diversified rice (glutinous rice, oats, corns ...
A Travel Blog entry by eyre from Ratnieki, Līgatne, Latvia
... That Well. The entertainment ++ Unlike Summer Sound, where I had to go get a hair cut to pass the time during the day, Laba Daba also offers activities when the sun shines. We went to a really cool theater play by Dirty Deal Teatris about Zigurds ...
A Travel Blog entry by nmaskus from Beijing, Hebei, China
The eighth day of January is the LaBa festival. Basically it's the eighth day of the last month of the lunar calendar before Chinese New Year. It signifies that the new year is on it's way. Our wonderful Chinese department out a nice spread of the ...
A Travel Blog entry by reyesyjosema from Komodo, East Nusa Tenggara, Indonesia
... a unos diez metros por debajo de donde estábamos nadando. La tarde la hemos pasando snorkeleando en la isla de Gili Laba, otro paraíso de arenas blancas donde ha atracado nuestro barco y donde también pasaremos la noche. A última hora, ...
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A Travel Blog entry by globalfly from Mt. Kailash, Tibet, China
... We were stuck in argument for the next hour or so, attracting a big crowd of local on-lookers. Then all of a sudden, magically, Laba opened the trunk and unloaded Tashi's luggage. That concluded the situation, and within two minutes, the three of us were ...
A Travel Blog entry by globalfly from Lake Manasarovar, China
... Our sole candle flickered in the darkness, adding to the atmosphere. Gigi grew nervous too because he couldn't understand a word what Laba was saying. He kepted staring back and forth at Laba and me, not sure whether he could interrupt and ask ...
A Travel Blog entry by globalfly from Zhada, China
... us continued with the original itinerary, with the trunk fully loaded with all the camping gear. The atmosphere noticeably changed. Laba and Tashi kept chatting all the way. Tashi looked like a kid who knew he had done sth wrong, ...
A Travel Blog entry by amirseun from Phnom Penh, Cambodia
... road. Bus berhenti di restoran tempat perisitirahatan dan saya pun mencari cemilan dan menemukan makanan yg eksotik, belalang dan laba-laba. Mr. Wayne membeli belalang dan laba-laba sedangkan saya mencoba belalang dan jeruk bali. ** Tips untuk traveler : ...
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