Well. Clearly the passport was just hidden and not THROWN AWAY because I was abandoned AGAIN!
I spent the week with my Grandma and had 2 sleepovers with my pal Bailey. I had heaps of fun and was spoilt rotten (as I should be) but that is not the point. Mum and Dad still left me AGAIN.
|Sleepover at Bailey's|
They went to a place called Vanuatu and stayed on a little island called Aniwa.
|People there speak a language called Bislama which uses some English words|
|Their hut by the ocean|
They thought of everything to make Mum and Dad comfortable. From organising the only truck on the island to pick them up, the welcome flower and coconut drink on arrival, to all the thoughtful little gestures, Mum and Dad felt like they were at a 5 star resort.
|The dining room|
I wish I could have gone to Aniwa. Mum and Dad say it was an experience of a lifetime.
|Mum was shown how to weave mats and baskets but I don't think we will be redecorating soon.... Mum should stick to jewellery making!|
Mum and Dad were lucky enough to visit a Custom Village and the Chief showed them around. The people there even did a dance for them! Mum was very excited to see that lots of pigs lived there.
The children at the village were so beautiful. They gave Mum and Dad fruit that they picked from the jungle and the Chief showed them a fruit that makes red face paint.
I thought leaving me for a week was a pretty crazy thing to do but that wasn't the craziest thing Mum and Dad did. They climbed up an ACTIVE volcano!!!!!
They sat on the edge of it and watched the hot lava fly up into the sky!!!! The locals told them they had to stand still if any rocks flew their way.... they were supposed to keep their eye on it and just step aside! I'm not sure they would have followed that advice...Mum and Dad would have run faster than me zooming in the park if lava came their way.
After the amazing experience of island life, Mum and Dad spent their last night in Vanuatu at a beautiful resort before coming home to me.
Let's see how long the passports stay hidden for this time...