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... with life music, dancing, tea and dinner. The fun lasted into the early morning hours and I arrived home at 2:00am. A huge thanks to the organizer, the estate owner, the musicians and friends in making this extraordinary festival of the senses possible.
Please enjoy the photos, although they are not of very good quality as the light conditions challenged my smart phone camera.
I made it safely to the Taipei Airport from Manila a few hours ago. I have another 5 or so hours here before the long flight back to Seattle. I had a great last few days in the Philippines. I braved the chaos of Manila and got to reconnect with wonderful friends from the Peace Corps, High School, and make new friends and connections! It is always fun to reconnect with Totems and so funny to think that Kent Troug and I would both end up ...
... in life than the first cup of coffee each day. So for the advice of choosing wisely, I believe I made the right one. It was morning, I'd been on an airplane for more than 12 hours and had not yet had any coffee. And the fish bag, let's not forget about the fish bag. Adventurous dishes can wait, give me an omelette and a raspberry yogurt and I'm good. Oh, and make sure there is coffee to distract me when bags of dried fish are ...
... and furthering my Star Quality to so many other schools.
Dis-Organized... The boss of this school is a kind hearted Man, however his lesson plans and unknowing of where everything is... Well it's a Nightmare... I found out today that I wasn't just a substitute but I was stepping into a position. NEWSFLASH: The other teacher quit.. I was under the impression this whole time that I was just "Filling In." Nope! I am the Future... Wrong I am not the future. Not ...
... Korean Wan into Taiwanese New Dollars (not that it was a great deal, but enough for some souvenirs I supposed) and then proceeded up to the Cathay Pacific lounge. There were only about 3 people in there, so I was able to find myself a nice space to relax in. I grabbed a bowl of cereals and some juice and spent the next hour playing on my laptop and eating. The flight was called on time and I boarded to find I was one of only 6 people sat in ...