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- Wheelchair accessibility
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... up and I was about to fully fall asleep.
We went outside and I poured water on my feet and I swear some steam came off.
I'm not sick its just so ridiculously hot at all times in this country.
The next day
We booked a tour to go a see two temples, dubbed the erotic temples, today
as I could not do the hillside walk because of my foot. It was nice having a
driver and a large air conditioned car we could smoke in plus he did ...
... we did pass through quite a few small towns. We saw sheep, goats, one cow, and lots of chickens and roosters running around.
We arrived in Jogja, met the guy who was renting us a car for the two days, and went out for lunch. We went to Loving Hut, a vegan restaurant that was quite tasty. We had a nut sate, green beans, water spinach, mie goreng (fried noodles), and mushroom nasi goreng (fried rice). It came to a total of about ...
... were to stay outside, as the others were starting to get out.
We went to a house where we were offered traditional candies and coffee or tea. Our hosts were very kind and also found a few bottles of cold beverages for those in the group who needed something cold to drink (It was a hot and sunny day).
We ended our tour by crossing the river in a raft with all the bikes (without the horse carriage!) and went back to the hotel.
... isn't enough to make a huge difference, but we are also hoping to perhaps fundraise a little bit of money in the future (perhaps at grad?) to donate towards PNTC. I figured a gift to the clinic would be better than getting her something she probably doesn't need, especially since PNTC and helping children is what she dedicates her life to. I started my usual morning off by treating Feri, who hadn't been there for 2 days - not sure why. I know she isn't ...
... So we did some scapular mobs and stretching with him today too. I think I need to remember to do passive therapies like that sometimes, rather than making everything active. Same thing with Mr. Sukowit. We noticed his hand was really swollen today, so instead of just getting him to actively make a fist and extend, I did some effleurage on his hand and forearm. We gave our ...