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What are you doing on your holiday?

So what are you doing on your holiday?

got a water gun yet?

I might go to phuket with paula and sam 🙂

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  1. Am
    April 5, 2011 at 2:37 pm

    Hi Gabi. I’m going to Phuket on the 12th-16th. At home, I am organizing a room in my house because it is very messy and disorganized. I am quite bored at certain times, but now I’m trying to stay away form facebook as much as possible!! Have a nice holiday! 🙂

  2. Paul
    April 5, 2011 at 3:31 pm

    Hey Gabs
    Am going to Vietnam! But only in the 2nd week for the first week just chilling in BKK! Am going to Siam Park on Thursday and will make a post about it!
    Happy Holidays!!!!!

  3. angebrad
    April 5, 2011 at 3:38 pm

    I am going to stay in Bangkok! I just got back from Turkey so I really do not need to go on another holdiday just yet. Plus I have loads of university study to do.

    Hey Am, it is great to hear you are organising your room. Clearing away the clutter is an excellent thing to do – it’s like “turning over a new page”, or like a “fresh start”. And you can recycle things you don’t need any more by giving stuff to a charity. Hey Paul, I look forward to hearing about your trip to Vietnam. Will you be going to Hanoi?, Danang?, Halong Bay?, Sapa?

  4. Michael
    April 6, 2011 at 1:43 pm

    I just came back from pattaya and we swam almost everyday!

  5. 18aayushk
    April 7, 2011 at 8:46 am

    I am just relaxing, playing tennis and having fun!!!!! I am also doing math and hindi work almost everyday. My cousins have come here from India.
    I will be going to the beach on Saturday to play Sonkran.

  6. Yeachan
    April 9, 2011 at 10:08 am

    Hello, Gabi and everyone!

    So I am in Singapore. I’m having lots of fun!
    It took from 2 hours from Thailand to Singapore. First, we plaaned to go back on
    Saturday. But, we changed to Sunday for having fun for ourselves! Here, in Singapore, it is very organized, clean, but also strict city. As you know, if you throw away trash on the ground, spiting on the ground or chewing gums, you’ll have to pay fine. It’s a fine city, and also it is a fine city. (can you figure it out what each two fines means?) At sunday I will rest at Bangkok.
    I got a water gun and I’m waiting for Song kran.

    Everybody enjoy your happy holiday!

  7. KEN
    April 14, 2011 at 8:22 am

    Hey yo! Im going to singapore today. I am in japan and it takes arount6hours and 30 min to go to singapore. hey Yeachan what roud are you staying im staying at my friends house leony hill road horrizon tower(I dont know how to spell leony)

  8. Jin
    April 15, 2011 at 7:46 pm

    I just came from Nepal and I did too much mountain trekking so I am now trying to get used to my home as our family traveled to Nepal when the holiday started.

    I loved the way Nepal snowed a lot. But it was also a little boring because there wasn’t any electronic devices at all! So I had a little bit of hard time but I had a bit of fun with Nepali food but we soon got tired of it. It was so cold in Nepal because we usually went to high altitude mountains and it always snowed and rained. Even though I was half frozen, it was fun and it was the trip that is embedded in my mind. 😀

    • 18Aayushk
      April 16, 2011 at 10:02 am

      THats sounds interesting. Which mountain did you clime on? Hw much degrees was it.

      • Jin
        April 16, 2011 at 4:03 pm

        The degrees?

        In the morning when I woke up, it was 1 degrees celcius

        • Jin
          April 16, 2011 at 4:06 pm

          There were lots of mountains and the places we went on was in a place called “Langtang National Park” Our family only went up to 3500m upward. My dad and I could have gone up a lot up further(But my dad went only with my guide) and I was really exhausted because there’s this thing called Altitude Sickness if you go above 3000m it’s like you get dizzy or puke a lot because there’s not enough air in high altituded-Mountains and there were places we went to. It was difficult Aayush after I got home I lost a lot of my weight.

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