Arambol Hammock Goa

April 27th, 2013


Awesome hammocks

Tags: arambol shop




Hey you guys,Cheers for your comments. Its great foiwlolng what you guys are up to. We're quite jealous of your cookery course. We had planned to do one in Kuching here in Malaysian Borneo, but we couldn't find the place and the number didn't work.Loved your multi-faceted bus journey back to Bangkok. Seriously reminded us of certain Guatamalan experiences, one of which I managed to count 24 people squashed on top of us in a tiny minibus. Shortly afterwards one of the wheels came off and overtook us as we were grinding along the tarmac.We're on our last bit of Borneo now. Off to see the Orangutans today, very excited, and then its off to India on the 17th. Fully expecting to have our minds blown.Be safe, lots of love,Wij and Clairxxx


An interesting digluaoe is value comment. I believe that you need to write more on this topic, it won't be a taboo subject however generally persons are not enough to speak on such topics. To the next. Cheers


Hi, I have just started to read your blog and I find it very iinerestntg. As for myself, I am only 14 years old and I live in Norway, but what you are doing now is just about what I want to do when I get older. Of course, including a bit more of China, Japan and Korea, but yeah. If I can give you a tip? Norway has got the most beautiful northern lights in the world, I would say. Maybe it is because I am Norwegian, but.. And it is not just the northern lights that are beautiful, our nature is very iinerestntg and full of pretty animals, woods and mountains. You should try going to the north of our country, it won't disappoint you There you can talk to the Se1mi people, help reindeer farmers and go on a dog-sleigh. Enough of the commercials.. Hehe.. Anyways, I hope you can share your kimchi secret once you find it.xx [url=]wmyaoahp[/url] [link=]skdgzvjvi[/link]

Add a comment