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... Philippines! Vien came over to say good-bye quickly as well and we gave him a Starbucks GC as a thank-you for all his help with planning some of our big adventures. He always studies at Starbucks so he was pretty excited I think. Midnight rolls around and I have rounded up and re-packed everything back into my bags. Getting picked up at 4am to be taken to the airport in Yogyakarta to fly to Denpasar, Bali. Titi arranged this car for us because she didn't feel safe ...
... in Indo. I'm glad she had the courage to start the conversation because it was a conversation we needed to have but I was afraid to start. It's nice to know that she cares about me and that we are still friends. I think a lot of my feeling annoyed will be solved when I can be more of myself because we won't be in such a big group with so many strong personalities. And some of my feeling like nobody likes me has been taken away by ...
Ortho hospital day 2. I was in Inpatients today and it was definitely an experience. The rooms are very different from Canada. There's 6 patients in a room but no curtains between beds and no privacy at all really. And there's no air con so it's super hot- no wonder the patients' families are always fanning them. Also interesting to note that the therapists did not change gloves between each patient, and that some didn't even wear gloves at all. I ...
... a MUCH larger fertility (penis) carving on display! After the temples, Vien suggested making a stop at Rumah Teh Ndoro Donker, a cute little tea house that serves the tea that grows right outside the shoppe. We ordered a few different pots between the 7 of us. My favourite was definitely the Forest Tea, which had a very light fruity flavour to it and was cherry red in colour! We all bought some tea to take home as gifts well. One last stop that we made was to see ...
Quiet day at PNTC. Very few kids. Assessed and treated Kelsea's knee: ? LCL, ITBFS. Did flexion mobs and frictions. Need to review knee special tests like slocum and McMurray. Learned how to manip t-spine (wrap arm around supine pt, bottom fingers of "gun" on articular pillar furthest away from you, pt hugs shoulders, apply downward force with your other hand through their stacked elbows, ...