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... to see a beautiful park with a huge open area for gathering and interesting architecture and statues.
Tonight we had leftovers for tea - well i did at least - last night i wondered over to the markets to get some tea and decided to try something a bit different. While i watched a stall holder cook up another customer's dinner, she tried to strike up ...
... they live in the Orphanage downstairs but will come into the babies room for the morning! It is great that they will have early intervention esp. the children with spina bifida and dev. delay. we might have a quiet night tonight - all of us are tired. We finished our mural late last night however and looks great in the activity room. Might have to add some final touches tomorrow and then i head ...
... And finally there are a few children who live in foster homes or with their family and come to school here. The orphanage has 10 floors with COAT homes on the 10th floor, classrooms and day care rooms on the 7th and 9th floors. On the first 4 floors is the orphanage which is where we visited some children today. It was tough walking in to see the young children in their cots ...
... are covered by Fuzhou Institute...by the time we are done it is about $2300 in American money for all these events..and it is TOP SHELF!!
On Monday we visited the Longsheng Terraced Rice Fields which were way up in the mountains it was awesome and then we learned how to make Bamboo Stuffed Rice, and had a country lunch at a Jinkeng Local Farmer's Restaurant.
It was excellent and I will share some photos for ...
... br> So we started out at this huge hospital gat makes MHH look like a country clinic. When we arrived at 9:00 we were number 20 in the queue. You pay for your appointment when you register. And you wait. And wait. In a huge hallway filled with people limping, oozing, bleeding, coughing and waiting just like you. If they’d had a blood test, they were holding q-tips to where the blood had been drawn and leaving the q-tips on seats or on ledges. ...