Drinking

After continuous gestering at her vagina. Lucy settled back down into her seat.

Before I uttered a word, some guy called Craig, who was grey haired and looking over twice my age introduced himself as a friend. As it turns out he is just a regular loser who comes to this club every week. Read the rest! \(^u^)/ →

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Australia is a place where there is a lot of land per person which means farming is pretty common. One thing that is suitable to the climate in this vast landscape is grapes. And with grapes we can make wine.

Vineyard for wine making

Vineyard for wine making

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Tubing in Vang Vieng

June 20, 2009 · 7 comments

Vang Vieng is in the centre of northern Laos. It is a small town to a village scale, and consists of bars/resturants playing the tv show ‘Friends’, tour booking agents and guesthouses, you’d struggle to find much more. However people go to this remote town for one thing – Tubing.

Tubers getting warmed up

Tubers getting warmed up

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Firstly I’d like to state waking up in the jungle and realising you forgot to put up a mosquito net is not too pleasant. A lot of anti-septic cream later, we set off through the rest of the village passing the nearby school, where even English lessons are part of the curriculum.

School Playground in the jungle

School Playground in the jungle

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Another day, another wonder. With a population of 4 million Bangkok is a busy place, the recent protests have hit worldwide headlines, but I’ve come across nothing but a load of ‘BNE was here’ graffiti everywhere. Oh and this police line up, which seemed to be more practise and getting in the way then anything else:

Police line-up

Police line-up

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