Le Castel Hotel Fosses-la-Ville
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... so the mosquitoes couldn't get us. We slept for a little while in a bench before braving the mosquito ridden territory by the tent again. Needless to say we didn't sleep much that night, but did laugh a lot at our utter helplessness in the situation. The dire straights of our situation sadly did not end the next morning. I looked at my stomach and found a tick. Ugh. The ticks here are not at all like at home, they are so tiny you can hardly see them, and they burrow inside you so ...
Aug 25, 2014, 11:50pm
Not much can be said upon arrival in Belgium, except for a sole adjective. Cold. I was told before venturing here that it was summer in Europe, but I can know infer that Europeans definition of summer is the equivalent of ALS ice bucket 24/7. The town is exceptional, it is what you expect from European architecture, the brick houses cover the whole of the countryside. Surrounded by all things green and hilly (that is the ...
Today I started out with some breakfast. Fresh bread and pastries from a local shop Lizbeth went to. We hung around the house until about noon, then me, Hans, and Viktor toured downtown Brussels. It was pretty packed on a Sunday afternoon and it was fairly warm. They were great tour guides showing me around. They brought me to Delirium, the bar with the most beers on tap in ...
Today I woke up in Brussels at Han's house! He has an amazing house that is 5 stories high. His parents made me some breakfast and then Kristian, his dad, took me to the parlementarium. There I learned about the European Union and how it got started. Both of Han's parents work for the European Parliament. After that I went to Kristian's office for a bit a toured it. It was very nice. We went ...
... Apparently, there is really no connection or
evidence of drama helping clients engage in meaningful activities. Go
Day 3- Sarah and I
were again in a group together that consisted of painting a mural in
a group. Although it was never specifically mentioned, I would assume
this kind of activity would be good for working on group
collaboration and communication skills. Although the actual purpose
of this activity and how it related to OT was ...