Maybe that's mean, but I didn't really enjoy the field trip we took our morning kindergarten's on. Alice's Village is a (supposed) place where kids can come and learn about different cultures in English, all under the guise of being a fun, wonderland-esque theme park. It really didn't have anything to do with Alice in Wonderland, except for the buildings and the general "ambience". For lack of a better word. So yeah, the children were supposed to learn about different cultures from around the world. A great concept, I think. Just one thing, Alice's Village: Europe, Africa, North and South America are not countries- they're actuallly called continents. And no, there is no language known as "African" as we later had to explain to some kids after they were misinformed by their guide. I guess the important thing is that the kids had fun, though, and I should stop ranting and show you some pictures!
All lined up and ready to go!
Our tour guide wasn't doing such a great job, so Daniel took over. "And over here you will see the table where Alice had tea with the mad hatter..."
Tiger had to take an important call. It just couldn't wait.