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... aunts, it very much reminded me of how I spent afternoons in the same living room. Difference is, back in the day I had my colouring books and Barbie dolls and was constantly rearranging things and furniture to play in.
I was able to spend some time in my family's old house, situated across my grandma's. It's the smallest and narrowest house in the compound. My mom's youngest sibling now lives there with her family.
It has seen a lot of additions and ...
I tried my first and possibly last "hot yoga" class on Friday. The room was heated to 135 degrees and the instructor was a young, hot bodied Filipino girl with an Australian accent. She introduced herself to me and recognized that I was new to class. When she made me promise not to leave the 1.5hr. class early even if I felt sick, I knew I could be in trouble. She encouraged us to not drink water during class as it would bloat us and make it harder to complete ...
... I ate dinner with Stephanie's family. Filipino food was served and it was so light and healthy. So yummy. Stephanie's mom brought KFC for me because she was not sure what I would eat.
"The box is for you." She smiled.
"Really?" I said.
"Eat!" She laughed. "Breakfast isn't served until nine tomorrow."
Later, Stephanie came home. We hugged and cried out of joy to see each other.
March 22nd (Saturday)
Stephanie was ...
... Being harassed by everyone we've passed. Same guy tried us 3 times. It would appear that all white people look the same to him. Stop off for beer and juice and wee's. Head to the wall, get on it. Walk round a big chunk of it til we can go no further. Leah suggests we hurl ourselves off the side into a pit of dogs. Not wanting to look like a pussy, I go first. Fortunately the dogs turn out to be tied up so we escape with our balls. South of the city is Fort Santiago which ...
... headed to the supermarket to pick up some things. Got a bit confused but all seemed ok, and as many people here speak English and things are written in English too.
Went out for dinner in the evening with Jocelyn, her elder son is like a genius and is doing a second degree in Medicine and is only 19, and an exchange student called Darius. He has lived in England and Bolivia, and had some really ...