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Post by n-dai che » 29 Nov 2017, 22:09

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Your right. Underwater adventure is great as well as their cave adventure in a lava tube.
cave adventure is also cool as well as on the sea.
both place are amazing either under the sea or exploring the cave. :lol2:

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ohh. it looks scary. i feel that i cannot breath in a dark cave. well, it sounds fun for some people.
That part reminds me of the movie, A JOURNEY TO THE CENTER OF THE EARTH.
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Post by n-dai che » 29 Nov 2017, 22:12

their cave adventure makes me more excited to read this book to find out how they are being rescued.

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Post by readandsmile » 29 Nov 2017, 22:15

I thought that they found a diamond but it was a skull. I laugh to myself. Hahaha
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Post by n-dai che » 29 Nov 2017, 22:23

If I am stock on a cave, I don't know what to do. This book gives me a lot of ideas under the sea and trip on an island.

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Post by n-dai che » 29 Nov 2017, 22:29

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I thought that they found a diamond but it was a skull. I laugh to myself. Hahaha
Just to make it suspense and looks interesting. Ohh, I got scared when there is an earthquake.

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Post by readandsmile » 29 Nov 2017, 22:34

pricessbianca28 wrote: ↑
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readandsmile wrote: ↑
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I thought that they found a diamond but it was a skull. I laugh to myself. Hahaha
Just to make it suspense and looks interesting. Ohh, I got scared when there is an earthquake.
Yeah, It reminds me of an idea that everything has a purpose.
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Post by jeminah28 » 29 Nov 2017, 22:39

pricessbianca28 wrote: ↑
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If I am stock on a cave, I don't know what to do. This book gives me a lot of ideas under the sea and trip on an island.
The sounds that he gave an idea on mission trip, what to do on meeting strangers , under the sea adventures and even being linguistics.
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Post by n-dai che » 29 Nov 2017, 22:43

jeminah28 wrote: ↑
29 Nov 2017, 22:39
pricessbianca28 wrote: ↑
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If I am stock on a cave, I don't know what to do. This book gives me a lot of ideas under the sea and trip on an island.
The sounds that he gave an idea on mission trip, what to do on meeting strangers , under the sea adventures and even being linguistics.
I got it. French, some Japanese and I love how the different islands are being describe as well as their sea voyage.

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Post by n-dai che » 29 Nov 2017, 22:50

I haven't seen a lava tube, but I believe it is so true since in our place Mt. Mayon is an active volcano but it is forbidden when trying to explore it.

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Post by readandsmile » 29 Nov 2017, 22:54

Awesome adventure, it sounds unrealistic but their strategies are common in the mining field near our town.
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Post by n-dai che » 29 Nov 2017, 23:00

readandsmile wrote: ↑
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Awesome adventure, it sounds unrealistic but their strategies are common in the mining field near our town.
so true. the detailed lava tube adventure of Jennifer makes me feel that I was there with them but I don't like the earthquake.

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Post by pinklover » 29 Nov 2017, 23:04

readandsmile wrote: ↑
29 Nov 2017, 22:00
jeminah28 wrote: ↑
29 Nov 2017, 21:11
readandsmile wrote: ↑
29 Nov 2017, 19:34
I wish that the author included some pictures under the sea with animals on it.
I agree on that. So cute and tiny animals but only a food for the bigger fish .
Yeah, hahaha, like the bunch of lobster, a fiesta for the shark.
ohh, so sad for that poor little thing, only a food for the bigger tummies. :cry:

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Post by readandsmile » 29 Nov 2017, 23:40

Yeah, the cycle of life under the sea. They are created on that way.
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Post by pinklover » 29 Nov 2017, 23:41

pricessbianca28 wrote: ↑
29 Nov 2017, 22:43
jeminah28 wrote: ↑
29 Nov 2017, 22:39
pricessbianca28 wrote: ↑
29 Nov 2017, 22:23
If I am stock on a cave, I don't know what to do. This book gives me a lot of ideas under the sea and trip on an island.
The sounds that he gave an idea on mission trip, what to do on meeting strangers , under the sea adventures and even being linguistics.
I got it. French, some Japanese and I love how the different islands are being describe as well as their sea voyage.
i see that this book has plenty of adventures not just more on time-travel. I guess!

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