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... with fresh herbs from the area. We were each given a spoonful to taste…it looked much better than it tasted. Fire is an important part of their daily life. It is used not only for cooking, but in the construction of a mishoon (canoe). The fire was used to hollow out the mishoon. Children have an important role in the Wampanoag Homesite. Their job is simple… just to be a kid. They were able to run around, play games, and be children. They did not have to work like ...
... restaurant called The Surf Club. The rest of the afternoon was spent walking the main street stopping in various shops and enjoying another beer at an outdoor patio bar. The drive back to camp was also scenic as we drove along the southern coastline and saw more of the same quaint unique seaside towns. That night our very kind campsite neighbors from Boston donated a lot of kindling wood to use as they were carpenters and had plenty to give away which resulted in beers into the night. ...
... class neighbourhoods and warehouse areas, totally missing the historical core. Surprisingly we note Portuguese signs and restaurants on all sides, but decide we need to get back to Whitinsville before it gets dark.
This evening we all enjoy dinner at Brian’s Restaurant in nearby ...
... saying and words the Brits use!! We wait outside Ziggy's while David orders a large bowl of something that took five minutes to prepare and included some cooked bananas as well. We eventually all eat the ice creams on Plymouth sea front. Just picture a British town sea front, when the weather is warm in the summer, add loads of mosquito's and bugs and you will be somewhere close to imagining Plymouth sea front.
As a treat, for my ...
Last night the Americans in my bunk actually spoke to us! Was good so it wasn't so awkward.
In the morning we were meant to raise the flag but because it was raining they didn't "/
We had our first breakfast at our assigned tables and sang prayer before and after ... Which is always awkward when they sing in hebrew and even the israelis don't know what they are saying!
After we had a meeting for new staff and then department meetings where I met all the pool staff. We have ...
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