Here are the daily clues for the Tanga puzzles this week. To see the hint, highlight the space to the right of the date. (Due to my high school reunion events, I might be late with clues on Friday and Saturday.)
I don't give away answers here, just a small hint each day to help get you started or past a rough patch. If you want stronger hints, you can check the blog on the Tanga site itself, which is chock full of spoilers.
There may be spoilers in the comments here, so open with care.
November 20: Wow, tough start to the week! I thought I'd never solve this. Here are two fairly big clues for you... First, notice the vowels across the top on the right hand side? What else strikes you about this side of the puzzle? If it doesn't click, ask yourself why the dot is there in the top left corner of that part of the puzzle. I'm leaving a bigger hint in the comments, that will help with the last step.
November 21: Good fun tonight. Start by writing down all the words. When written out, it becomes easier to see how to get them into the two piles. Then, and this is a big hint but it's key, your goal is to find one 6-letter word, not to find three words of 4-5 letters.
November 22: Why do the grid squares need to be just big enough for one die? By the way, don't jump to the conclusion that you really need to use dice. I just made little squares of paper and bent them in the middle to make them easier to push.
November 23: Happy Thanksgiving! I hope you have much to give thanks for. Okay, here's a little help... if you want a quick place to look up these flags, go here and try some of the big obvious countries (http://www.national-symbol.com/).
November 24: When you get them all in the proper grid, be sure to follow the instructions you find.
November 25: If you examine the sentence at the top very carefully, you can expect to solve this one pretty easily.
November 26: There are 24 puzzles over the next 24 hours, and I'm on the road, so I won't be able to clue them all. The first two have been very easy (not even clue-worthy), but I'll check back in sometime tomorrow evening to see if there are any tough ones that you might need a clue for.