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Phillip S
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Another crazy year gone.
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The first 7 months with our son, Daniel
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Lots of differences, but some things remain the same no matter where you go.
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My wife and I had a great time with Sarorn and his TukTuk. I highly recommend him if you are in Cambodia. My review of his services can be found here http://gdaykorea.blogspot.com.au/2015/03/review-happiness-tuk-tuk-in-cambodia-siem-reap-honest-english-speaking-driver.html
Welcome to visit Angkor wat. please contact me
Mail: Promsarorn@gmail. com .
Wechat. ID Angkor happy168 .
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5 days over cooked, Daniel arrived at 12:33 on the 8th of September 2016 at North West Private Hospital in Brisbane. A number of the doctors, nurses and midwives commended on how big his feet are for a baby. Maybe we have an Olympic swimmer on our hands?
Baby Daniel has arrived
Baby Daniel has arrived
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3 things I learned about managing people while teaching English in South Korea.
Long story short, I met a Korean girl and quit my job as
an Engineer to move to Korea and teach English in a middle school for 2 years. I’m
back in Australia now working as an Engineer and happily married to the girl I
moved half way around the world for. I...
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3 years since my first English camp while teaching English in South Korea. How time flies.
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My Korean in-laws recently visited Australia. They had spent their whole life working in a supermarket and had never left the country. I was pretty chuffed to show them scenes like this every day. I took this on Bribe Island which is a short drive north of Brisbane. 
http://gdaykorea.blogspot.com.au/2015/10/korean-in-laws-visit-australia-bribie-island-brisbane.html
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No rest for the wicked! Today we spent 3 hours in the car driving down to Lamington National Park and O'reilly's Rainforest Retreat. On the way we stopped off at Yatala Pies, a famous pie shop on the side of the highway that has been serving the best pies in Brisbane for over 130 years!
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