Omah Gading Guest House

Gading Regency D2, Solo, Java, 57117, Indonesia | Hotel
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Last Day @ PNTC :( Too Many Good-byes!

A travel blog entry by kelseabain

15

... Back to the palace to do some quick packing before another mom from the clinic, Neneng, was due to come over to have tea (which we ordered from Soto Klodran downstairs) and say good-bye. We didn't get to know here too well, but I had treated her daughter, Ifa, a couple times and she wanted to drop off a gift for us all. Neneng and Mily are friends from the clinic, so Mily came with Neneng to say good-bye...she said she couldn't part with us yet! They called ...

Javanese dance performance

A travel blog entry by sonjachristine7

6

... breakfast/lunch which I did not need. I haven't completely fallen off track yet but I am close. And I need to catch myself before I fall completely off the bandwagon. I'm really glad I brought the journal with all of my notes from my psych appointments. It has been good to remind myself what I learned and to reassure myself that I can still do it. We went to the pool at Sunan hotel this afternoon (got to check out all the hotel pools in Solo). ...

Orthopaedic hospital

A travel blog entry by sonjachristine7

Me, Kelsea, and Mary went to the orthopaedic hospital for the day. It was a 25 min bike ride away and on some very busy roads. It's a good thing Titi showed us the way. The hospital is very big and kind of intimidating. I was in outpatient PT with a therapist named Yuli. Her English was pretty good and she asked me for a lot of treatment ideas/ got me to do an assessment. The outpatient department seemed kind of like a private clinic in Canada, except that it was first come ...

Back in Solo

A travel blog entry by sonjachristine7

Quiet day at PNTC. Very few kids. Assessed and treated Kelsea's knee: ? LCL, ITBFS. Did flexion mobs and frictions. Need to review knee special tests like slocum and McMurray. Learned how to manip t-spine (wrap arm around supine pt, bottom fingers of "gun" on articular pillar furthest away from you, pt hugs shoulders, apply downward force with your other hand through their stacked elbows, ...

Pacitan!

A travel blog entry by sonjachristine7

3

We left at 5 am this morning for Pacitan, to avoid the traffic. It was 3 hours from Solo but so worth the drive (it was so nice of Nawang to drive us). Not going to lie, when we first got out of the car my first thought was that Pacitan smelled like fish guts, but we were apparently really close to the fish market. Nawang took us out for a really great brunch, some of the best fish that I have had so far and cassava rice. Unfortunately the best hostel in town ...

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