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... from a friendly dude. She jumped in then everybody joined in. Even me. I wanted to give it a go but it was heights plus deep water, two of my weaknesses. The guy who helped check the depth jumped in first so he could be at the bottom when I jumped (how sweet). I edged to the end and was shaking. I could hear Sarah telling me to take a deep breath and jump and that I'd be able to touch the bottom to push myself back up. So I looked over at the ...
... to boil and make the Orange colour.
Last colour was the blue which is fermented for several days. Squeeze the silk in the mix - lovely turquoise colour. To change to a blue, the silk needs to be taken out then squeezed hard. The colour gradually changes.
The other two colours I picked were ones that were boiled up.
Lyn dyed her scarf.
Then time for lunch. Similar to yesterday with ...
... gmail.com Some persons have received a rather bizarre message supposedly from me. It came from someone who hacked my email. Thanks to the help of my friend André Lemay that I want to thank particularly for his availability and patience, I have changed my email address... Please take note of it and put the old one in the garbadge. ...
... we felt confident to head off up to Luang Prabang. We booked into a VIP bus which said it was an 8-9 hr journey. In true Laos style we pulled into the town after 13hrs of tortuous twists and turns through the mountains. This UNESCO heritage site was a fab location, up in the hills of northern Laos, with rivers, hordes of monks, and a very french colonial feel. But our time there was tinged by the worsening in Kath's state. So we bit the ...
... I went to the night BBQ. Duck, pork ribs, noodles and salad. Outstanding for $6. Oh yeah, in my usually fruitless search for bourbon I found this. Photo attached. I could not believe that they had relegated this 'nectar of the gods' to a space behind Johnny Walker. Blasphemy I say, but I acted nonchalant and asked the price of this miserable Spirit. $15, a fifth of the price in Australia and I bartered her down to $12 for such an unknown beverage. Gold :-) Stay safe ...