One of my favorite Disney stories [That I've heard] is about when Walt dedicated It's A Small World at DisneyLand. Supposedly, he had children get a bucket of water from every ocean in the world and pour it in the canal that the boats ride in. The water symbolized that we all come together when we realize it's a small world after all. <3
5 Dreamy (& Cheap!) Overwater Bungalows For Your Next Trip #refinery29 http://www.refinery29.com/overwater-bungalow-rentals#slide-3 Royal Huahine, Huahine So, you’re set on the islands of Tahiti. But you’re balking at the prices. Consider Huahine, which is as wildly romantic as Bora Bora (it was named Hermosa by Captain Cook), but is less known, less touristed, less talked about — and, consequently,...
It is the woman's role to take care of all household tasks. They spend several hours preparing the evening meal. Their meals usually consist of some sort of millet porridge with a sauce over it. Before the meal is prepared they retrieve water from the well a bucket or two at a time and often must carry it on their heads over a mile back to their home. They are also responsible for laundry, collecting wood, caring for small children and shopping for ingredients for their sauces.
Malissa Tack’s Retreat - “It’s cozy and comfortable, a great space to do my creative art, while also serving as my perfect retreat.” “One of the most challenging part of living in a small space with two people and two cats was finding your own place. My house is only 170 square feet, and in a space that small, it’s important that you feel you can go to your own place and do your own thing.”
THE TOWN WITH NO ROADS Giethoorn in Holland is a beautiful and quiet little village unique in that you will not find a single road in the entire town. Rather, it is connected by waterways and paths and some biking trails. Visitors are always welcomed and encouraged to rent an electric and noiseless "Whisper Boat" to explore this little piece of heaven on earth