Archive for the Vacations Category
Many of you must have enjoyed your summer vacations with family and friends. We think it is a great idea for you to write about your vacation and share the joy and experience with your child’s classmates and the Yokibu Parent Community.
This will also help friends and families on Yokibu to learn about the locations you visited and help them plan to visit the place next summer
So send us your write up on your vacation experience with limited number of photos to firstname.lastname@example.org
This summer break we went to Hyderabad and had an awesome time with family together under the hot sun! just on the lighter side i menat. Well, it was a great time for all four [...]
I am T.Mohan, studying in Sir Sivaswamy Kalalaya Senior Secondary School, Mylapore, Chennai. I had been to Nilgiris in the month of March. I had been there with my parents and a sibling. We started [...]
Our school organised a Scouts and Guides camp for us on the 13th and 14th of December, 2011. All were very excited about the camp. We went to Sirsat which is two and a half [...]
Rick had found the art of tattooing widely prevalent at Bo Phut and decided to became its patron. Agal offered to make the assessments for him before he went under the needle. Rick agreed, for he knew women to be adept at such ferreting stuff. Before she was through, Agal had inferred that Thailand’s infamous monk tattoos which supposedly give the recipient, magical powers, were occasionally available at the Big Buddha Temple.
This Pooja Holidays, we planned to use our Welcome Holidays from one of the major holiday resorts. After debating about the location & mode of transport, we narrowed down on Munnar in Kerala. Three families [...]
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En route to Nathon: The Waterfalls of Na Muang
They would have missed it, had Rick neglected the signposts along the main ring road between Lamai and Nathon to where [...]
Hua Thanon is a Muslim fishing village south of Lamai, where a large community of Samui’s Muslim population lived. While major parts of the east coast had seen rapid development, it looked as if the spree had abruptly ended before Hua Thanon, and a trip beyond the village would appear akin to a trip back in time.
Chaweng was like an eager school kid performing on stage, tripping over himself to amuse the audience. The beach was situated in the more calmer section of Chaweng: its southern parts. It was called the Chaweng Noi, on the ring road traveling south towards Lamai Beach. The beach was a grainy white canvas and the sea, an azure carpet. There were too few people here and Nature was beautiful and untouched. Few heads could be seen alternately bobbing briefly above the waves before disappearing underwater. The beach here appeared to be a good swimming spot.
The Thai market area of Laem Din is located directly behind the main tourist strip. On a visit to the market, Agal and Rick found the place stocked up with covered fresh produce, local cooked delicacies and clothes on bargain. Rick observed that many Thai people who worked in Chaweng, had built their homes on these backstreets and he found the setting nostalgic.
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Journey time from Chennai to Koh Samui had taken five minutes shot of seven hours, including an hour and five minutes in connection wait at Bangkok, Thailand—it is the same time [...]