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... knacks (reading glasses, bracelets, maps, nail clippers), girls lugging head-high piles of cheap photocopied books, shoe-shine boys, men selling sunglasses, itinerant cripples, a woman offering head and shoulder massage, bogus beggar-women cradling sedated babies, prostitutes with eyes only for expats, foreign tourists and the resident boozy expat crowd. For some reason I remained aloof from most of these expats, except for Lars, my friend and ...
... and million just for a taxi ride. We got in and got to our room,
it was so big. Bray and I shared a bedroom. The Kemp’s came up and we had some
drinks with them, then headed for dinner. We went to the hardrock café and
there was music and a band playing but it was so loud you couldn’t even hear
anyone else. I got a chicken salad, I didn’t really like that place. We walked
home in the sticky and wet air. Then it was bed for the Curtis family.
... but eradicated in first world countries. I'm told it's a quite straight forward operation to have a shunt put in, which is what we would do, and indeed there are probably five children at the Foundation who have had these operations. But not here. The distress and pain on the children's faces I think is an image that will stay with me forever. They are essentially just waiting to die and there was absolutely nothing I could do to help them. But what infuriated me was some other ...
... side is "not so bad news" and the meat in the middle is "serious bad news". The middle level covered the impact and victims of Agent Orange and other war time atrocities. The stats covering the amount of chemical weapons used are pretty mind-blowing. The impacts of Agent Orange on those exposed and their descendant's are truly heartbreaking.
The other exhibit on the middle floor covers the photographs of the massacre of My Lai, ...
... of playing with them made me extremely excited. After hauling my big bag of toys on the bus, and to the hospital, my intentions were correct. They loved the toys, and we spent an entire 2 hours joining in their play time. One child in particular kept wanting me to sing the ABCs while wearing the koala hand puppet. The nonstop interaction was tiresome, but extremely rewarding. I cannot wait to play with the children again next week with the toys, and who knows, I ...