Emerald Escape Beach Resort
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... be called a town, just one tiny shop selling a few drinks. Angela the lady with the chickens, had told Wendy that we should continue by taxi to “Flagstaff” just a 10 minute taxi ride away.
We took Angela’s advice and headed up to Flagstaff where there was a bit of a Maroon Information Centre – a few boards with information and pictures. As soon as we arrived a group of local men wanted to be our ...
... do in the better restaurants. And we usually wait until the last day of our trip to tip individuals whom we were especially pleased with such as the waitresses at the buffet or those whom cook or serve the food.) We went to the buffet for my dessert and my husband wanted more food for dinner. When we got there we saw the other couple-we all just laughed. There was a game going on and the woman in that couple got so into it, she actually never ate the food on ...
... around, we're told
to keep the windows shut as we drive through in case people hold you
up through the open window. In contrast our hostel is in New Kingston
which is really nice, modern and friendly (in comparison anyway). As
we check in it turns out that Karol hadn't booked it correctly and
they were full but it's OK because they could pitch a tent in the
garden for us and we can ...
... that I can do this and have become so comfortable after only 3 days. I still have a long way to go, but I am so glad to have this experience. I feel like I have learned so much. On the first day when the patients arrived I was not comfortable helping them out of the cars. Now, only two days later, I don't think twice about it.
After clinic today we stopped in Junction for ice cream. I had fruit and nut. The sign on the store said "I ...
... stations to attend throughout the day: Gait, Balance, Upper Extremity, and Free. Carl loved the gait station because he worked on his gait on the body weight supported treadmill system. We saw improvements immediately and were so excited.
By the end of the day the patients were tired, but just like the chorus we sang this morning, "The hotta the battle, the sweeta the vicotry." Brooke had one more activity up her sleeve: Relay Races. Oh... ...