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511. Posted by Hien (Moderator 3906 posts) 11y

Thanks Isadora and Beerman for the postcard from the mustard museum.

I think I'll try the 5-minute Mustard Workout.
But first, I need to find a mustard container that weighs 30kg!

512. Posted by daveh (Travel Guru 1027 posts) 11y

If you're in my little brown book then a postcard is on it's way from the Philippines, not sure how efficient the postal system is here so if you could just let me know if and when you receive it.

Jason - i have sent one to your class too, hope they like it.

I'm here for another couple of weeks at least so if anybody else wants one from here send me a PM.

513. Posted by samsara_ (Travel Guru 5353 posts) 11y

Thanks Anne, Isa and Beerman. Lovely cards! :)

x
Ev

514. Posted by jasonsd (Budding Member 17 posts) 11y

Hey folks~
My project is going great! The first round of oral reports on our postcards has just started. Today we got from India, Beijing, North Carolina, Oregon, Pittsburgh, Vegas, Hong Kong, Nova Scotia.
Thank you so much all!
Hien~ We got your post card! Thank you very much! Impressive towers. I need to see them in real life.
daveh~ We'd love one from you! Cheers!
Jason

515. Posted by zags (Respected Member 370 posts) 11y

Quoting jasonsd

Zags~ We've yet to recieve one from Indonesia and woulod simply love one! Cheers!

A postcard is on the way to your class. I hope they will like it :)

Galina, CupCake: postcards are on the way to you too :)

Quoting steffbo

Zags, thanks a lot for your postcard and I wasn´t aware you´ve got floating markets in Indonesia. How cool ist that. Do people then buy the food of the shore or are they also on boats?

You're welcome, Steff! I wonder why it took so long to reach you Yes we have floating markets in Kalimantan where people roam about by boats.

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517. Posted by zags (Respected Member 370 posts) 11y

Thanks Isa & Beerman!
I received your card with picture of the cave of mounds. It's a bit scary but somehow makes me curious So it's only 20 minutes from your home, why don't you explore it? Need a company? ;)

518. Posted by ghassan12 (Inactive 19 posts) 11y

That's cool, it seems you have hundreds of postcards goign on here, nice!

519. Posted by Isadora (Travel Guru 13926 posts) 11y

Quoting zags

Thanks Isa & Beerman!
I received your card with picture of the cave of mounds. It's a bit scary but somehow makes me curious So it's only 20 minutes from your home, why don't you explore it? Need a company? ;)

Hey Zindy!
Glad you liked the post card!! Actually, we visited the cave while Phil (Pardus) was here. After living so close for almost 16 years - we finally took the tour. It is not a "large" cave by some standards, but it is still very cool. And, there is an independent cave inside the bigger one. It has it's own heartline. (It's more Gnorman's size.) The tour guides do get to explore sections of the cave that are to small for walking through, and new information is being gathered all the time during those excursions. Planning a visit??? We'll take you to the cave!!! (And the Mustard Museum!! )

520. Posted by jasonsd (Budding Member 17 posts) 11y

Hey all~ A continued thanks for those that have sent postcards to my class. We've been getting some really cool ones!
Isadora~ You're so kind to send us so many! We got your City on A lake postcard. Very cool view of the city.
Hien~ Very cool postcards from Malaysia. The kids love the "exoticness" of your cards. I brought up a few pics online about the limestone caves where the ceremony depicted in the card occurs. They were quite floored. Thanks!!!!!
Thanks again, folks!
Jason

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