Sydney and Hannah


Sydney was already a student at Shanghai American School in
2005 when Hannah arrived with her family to join the Pre-K4 program.
They formed a solid friendship over the next three years that saw them
and their parents vacationing together in Koh Samui and Phuket, Thailand.

When Sydney’s family moved to Abu Dhabi in 2008 many tears were shed;
however through skype and e mail the girls have stayed in touch and met up
again in America (Sydney’s birthplace) and Thailand and they will see each
other again in Australia (Hannah’s birthplace) in December 2010.
Their aim for this blog is to write about their travel experiences, the books they
read and the places they see.

We hope you enjoy their journey.

10 Responses to “Sydney and Hannah”

  1. Jen says:

    This pretty much sums it up. We are taking their digital literacy into our own hands, while selfishly keeping them connected. By the time we are in Oz in December I’m sure they will be blog-savvy gals. Our job will then be just to keep up!

  2. Grandma Daulton says:

    Dear Sydney and Hannah,

    Thank you so much for putting my campaign website on your blog. With your help, my website is now visible on Google. It took a long time for Google to find it, a whole month!

    Your blog is wonderful.
    Grandma Daulton

  3. Amy says:

    I love your blog you guys!!

    Syd, Scott and I used to love watching survivor when we lived in New Zealand.
    Han, I think I’m going to try to make your guacamole this summer. It looks delicious.

    You guys are awesome!

    Love Amy, Scott and Blake xoxo

  4. Colleen says:

    Hey Han and Syd!

    I love the blog – such a great idea! I’m glad you girls are staying in touch in such a cool way!

    Miss you both!

  5. Gram says:

    Sydney Marie,

    This blog is so awesome and very interesting.

    This will be a great way to communicate with you.

    I enjoyed visiting with you this summer.

    We will talk soon….So keep on Blogging….Love, Gram

    • Gram says:

      Sydney, I am not understanding what the “awaiting moderation” means. Did I reply correctly and was my info concerning my name, mail, and website correct as well? I need your help. Thank you. Love, Gram

  6. Stacey says:

    What a super way to stay in touch, in addition to practicing your writing! Kudos to the two of you for creating such an engaging blog.

  7. Gay Jeffries says:

    You girls continue to amaze me. Such lovely bright and bubbly stories. I am so looking forward to catching up in Ballarat later this month. Only 2 weeks tomorrow until I leave home to travel to Devonport and take my car on the ferry over to Melbourne. See you girls in 2 and a half weeks. I hope you will come and stay with me and we can swim in the pool together. Bye for now Sydney and Hannah. Nanna Gay xx

  8. Gay Jeffries says:

    Hi girls, Today is my last night in Victoria before I head off home again. It has been lovely seeing you again. Lots of love to you both. Sydney I hope you and your parents enjoyed your holiday in Victoria, despite the bad weather. Hope to catch up with you again Sydney. Good luck with your studies and I hope you enjoy your travels and endeavours during 2011. Happy New Year to Jen and Tim and Sydney. Hope all your wishes come true.
    Lots of love to you Hannah. Sorry I missed you today. See you again soon though. I hope I can make it over here again in June. I love you. Bye for now, take care, Nanna Gay xxxx

  9. nareeman says:

    Dear sydney,
    your very brainy about making this website,i hope you and your best bff Hannah are always next to each other.



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