Two young English doctors are coming to visit.
We're taking them to Baler places...we're showing them Baler summer and Baler stuffs. We're taking them to a hiking adventure. We will climb rocks, cross rivers and scale mountains. And just when they're about to be too tired, too sweaty or too ickey to continue...we'll show them a magnificent waterfalls cascading down a mountain, and as its water falls from above then hit the surface, a thick mist covers the surrounding, like dewdrops in the early morn. We will swim the brilliantly clear waters. We're taking them snorkelling, there's a site only a handful knows, it's perfect site for diving too.
Bet when they arrive, they'd go sun bathing right away. I think they would love the sun and the boys too.
When Lydia and Hannah came, the weather was sooo cold (I think a huge chunk of ice cube melted at the North Pole), the sun refuses to shine and we had a few episodes of black outs too...lol.
It's raining cats and dogs...frogs too.
Lydia and Hannah ended up having an English summer here at Baler...lol... and because we fed them a lots and lots of rice... I think this is their "Riciest Summer Ever"...