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Photo Friday – Vanuatu kids

“The nicest kids I’mve seen around the world. Polite, always smiling, and never crying! In Ambrym, a young kid ran after me as I had already left the village… A 1 Euro coin had fallen from my pack, he found it, and gave it back to me!” – Eric Lafforgue


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  1. ADORABLE!

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  2. This is an amazing picture! Made me smile 🙂

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  3. You have a broken link there. BTW, congrats for winning Slovenia (just;))

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