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... caged and in their separate spaces. I'm sure they're treated well and not drugged since they are a feline and sleep pretty much all day long. But I feel like they should have more space to roam around together and and not be caged individually. After that we ended up going back to the hotel to wash-up a little bit and get ready for our Thai Cooking class. We only had like 10 minutes to get ready so I changed really quick and waited for my roommate ...
... network of shelves designed for them and slept, well out of reach of people. The ones I played with, Edd took pictures and carried on reading the news.
We stayed at the cat cafe for 2 hours, I said goodbye to Yoda and we left. We walked back to the shopping centre, got a new charging cable and then decided to get some food from the market outside the front door. Nothing at the market was vegetarian, so I waited for Edd to eat his curry. He had a hard time trying ...
... br> the other side. 'No, No..!' I said and turned the menu back to the
side orders again. Something clicked in her brain and she smiled and
Then Marion had a go. '2 buttermilk pancakes with fruit, 2 bacon, 2
sausage patties, coffee and orange juice. That's it..!'
Then the clusterflock started. A waiter turned up with 4 sausage
patties. So I gave 2 to Marion and kept 2. Enter the 2nd waiter,
... in a year. Tsalika said her wedding won't be too big, about 200 guests. I recalled Christoffer's brother and his fiancee saying they wanted a HUGE wedding where they'd have around 200 guests. Wedding is not something I've given much of a thought, but I imagine I'd prefer it to be small and relaxed. I've heard of people doing destination weddings because then only people whom they are really close to will come. I'd probably just rent a dress and do something hippie like getting ...
... forbidden. The village has electricity thanks to waterfall that runs down the mountain side. The king visited this village about 20 years ago with the purpose of creating a hydroelectric system to harness the energy from the waterfall to provide electricity for the village. It is thanks to the King’s efforts that this community has electricity and has thrived in recent years. Accordingly, pictures of the King and queen are everywhere, in every house, in ...