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November 10th 2009
Published: November 17th 2009
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As we sat eating our dinner, the sky, which had appeared threatening all day, suddenly opened up and a downpour the likes of which I have never seen, just plummeted down to Earth. Continual flickering of background lightening was soon replaced with constant bright flashes of light and accompanied by rumbles of angry thunder. After an hour, the thunder became so loud it was frightening and one clap... Read Full Entry

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Marelyn and Mr. GiapMarelyn and Mr. Giap
Marelyn and Mr. Giap

After the flood we didn't have clean water as the pumps and generators were all lost. Clean up had to be done with the dirty flood water.
Hoi An PavementHoi An Pavement
Hoi An Pavement

Mud made walking dangerous.
Clean Up TimeClean Up Time
Clean Up Time

Best not to think that we were wading through this!
Parent and Student MeetingParent and Student Meeting
Parent and Student Meeting

The Lifestart Foundation Free School is closed until December. Lessons are being held at alternate places until the flood season is over.
Mother and DaughterMother and Daughter
Mother and Daughter

Karen with daughter Jade share a connected silence as they make their back to dry land, a coffee and a well deserved rest!

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