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... When everyone disembarked the cruise ship we
effectively doubled the island population!
Tons of people spend their time sitting on the beach here but we are
glad that we braved the heat and got a small look around the island
There was, of
course, one idiot on our bus with us. He
loved the sound of his own voice and spoke VERY LOUDLY. He was rude to the bus driver and made a
comment that if he ever bought a house on the ...
... saying goodbye to the kids we knew. They asked us not to go and told us they would miss us. I told one of them I'd be back someday and he was so disappointed to not hear an exact time. When I said, "a couple years," he moaned and told me that was two long. Another boy asked me to return as an intern, and a bunch just hugged me and wouldn't let me go. One boy picked me up in a giant hug. As we walked out the gates, a girl I got close to attempted to drag me back ...
... For the rest of the day I worked on my paper, and one friend (Kayla) and I stayed in for the night to keep working. We took a break to go get ice cream and enjoyed the homemade bread our student affairs manager made for our class. Eventually, I quite working, went to bed, ready to finish in the morning.
Sunday, I finished my paper right after brunch. A bunch of us packed up a backpack, and headed to East Bay. When my friends and I go ...
... we reached the center, my always-hungry friend appeared with a huge bowl of leftover mashed potatoes before I could even put my camera away. We attempted to watch a movie but decided to go to sleep instead. It was a very busy, fun-packed day!!!!! My birthday weekend could not have been any better.
Though I haven't gotten to snorkel as much as I would like too, we have still had a few awesome days of waterfront. Our most recent snorkels ...
... and were introduced. A blogger from Newtown, Connecticut was in charge of the gift exchange. Only 21 of us bought gifts. They were placed on the stage; we then drew numbers (mine was 8) and picked a gift when our number came up. I chose a small wrapped gift that looked like a picture frame or book; we did that to keep from taking up a lot of space in the suitcases. After getting back to the table, I open the gift; it was a ...