Monday, June 25, 2012

The 2 big kids are gone. We have sent them to Camp. and this is why...

Organic Chocolate making: learn how to make chocolate sauce straight from the tree, a delicious alternative. Students explore where chocolate really comes from (trees!) and get to sample the different stages of the chocolate making process. From picking the cacao beans to grinding their own cocoa powder and finally cooking chocolate sauce, it’s an unforgettable experience!

Night Games in Heart of School or Main Field
Campfire and Cooked Treats: A great way to finish the day complete with campfire games and tasty treats cooked over the fire.

Recycled Art Workshop: Work with a local artisan to create amazing works of art using a wide range of recycled materials. Sure to open participants’ eyes to the many uses of commonly throw aways. Amazing results are guaranteed!

Organic Pizza Party: Cook your own organic pizza in our traditional brick‐oven pizza.
Night Safari: Discover the creatures that usually hide under the cover of darkness. Local wildlife experts treat us to a hands‐on experience where the creatures of the night become more familiar. An unforgettable experience!

Mepantigan Mudpit Madness.Take part in a traditional performing martial arts workshop in the mudpit – hosted by our very own Mepantigan Guru Pak Putu Witsen. 

It was a chance too good to be missed.This is only a few of the things they are going to be doing. the first time away from home and we decide Bali is the place. The  Green school is amazing and we wanted the kids to take part in it. A very early start 5.45 and a long drive to drop them off. I miss them. I started missing them before they left. Just the thought of them not sleeping upstairs in their beds.

Noah said on arrival. I am really really excited and really nervous all at the same time. I know it's going to be great.

they get to stay in a yurt. I am envious. I love saying the word yurt. actually sleeping in one in a bamboo bed in the middle of a vegetable patch ( yes really) might almost be too exciting for me.

 It's only 2 nights already that seems like a long time. 

I can't wait to hear all about it.

Quite and unsettling/exciting chat on the way  home about education.... Nick is really excited about this school and the Bali way of life.... My mind is whizzing with possibilities... i do not think any of these decisions can be made within the next 10 weeks.... My only criteria was that we are always home christmas and first week on January to go to patonga...

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