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Location: Indonesia


Uno? Play again, Emily? The dining area doubled as everything your kitchen does at home.

The boys dorm - remember, they sleep three on the bottom and three on top...every single night. How fast can we help them build the new boys dorm?

The boys helping to prepare dinner. If you read Susan's story about Suman, there he is in the middle in his new life.

Once dinner and homework was done, the kids got time with Jenny, laughing and playing cards. Learning Pegleg, an old Battye family favorite for you pirates at heart.

The 5th and 6th grade English project for the afternoon. Make something in clay and write a sentence about it in English. Prem's crocodile is museum quality!

The girls dorm is in better shape. Two girls on each double bottom bunk and one on the twin top. Clean and spotless. Everything the girls own fits in that wardrobe. No stuff.

And then it was the girls turn to impress us. Yoga is one of several daily centering practice and a great source of pride. Done differently than in the US, it has gymnastics involved and is very team oriented.

The boys yoga performance at our farewell party. Suman on the top, Indra, Prem, Amar, and Mahadif. Love those boys!

The Motel 6 was looking pretty darn swanky compared to our room. Four to the bed and yet it gave us alot to be grateful for.

The home garden, which the kids plant, weed, cultivate and harvest themselves.

Didi and Dada, two peas in a pod and both with the requisite orange outfit.

Our quite opulent bathroom with a blessedly cold shower.



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The boys dorm - remember, they sleep three on the bottom and three on top...every single night. How fast can we help them build the new boys dorm?

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Uno? Play again, Emily? The dining area doubled as everything your kitchen does at home.

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Once dinner and homework was done, the kids got time with Jenny, laughing and playing cards. Learning Pegleg, an old Battye family favorite for you pirates at heart.

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The boys helping to prepare dinner. If you read Susan's story about Suman, there he is in the middle in his new life.

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The girls dorm is in better shape. Two girls on each double bottom bunk and one on the twin top. Clean and spotless. Everything the girls own fits in that wardrobe. No stuff.

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The 5th and 6th grade English project for the afternoon. Make something in clay and write a sentence about it in English. Prem's crocodile is museum quality!

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The boys yoga performance at our farewell party. Suman on the top, Indra, Prem, Amar, and Mahadif. Love those boys!

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And then it was the girls turn to impress us. Yoga is one of several daily centering practice and a great source of pride. Done differently than in the US, it has gymnastics involved and is very team oriented.

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The home garden, which the kids plant, weed, cultivate and harvest themselves.

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The Motel 6 was looking pretty darn swanky compared to our room. Four to the bed and yet it gave us alot to be grateful for.

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Our quite opulent bathroom with a blessedly cold shower.

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Didi and Dada, two peas in a pod and both with the requisite orange outfit.