Travel Blogs from Jamaica
My last blog before i come home!!
I've had a fab week at work! Finally had full days at work without rain interruption or teachers walking out of classes!
Really going to miss the kids i feel like they are my babies. Krisann is my little girl who waits for me every morning and really doesn't want me to leave! I want to take her home. A …
Wow Friday night already! On Wednesday I did some further design work around some coaster patterns and presented those along with a palm cross I brought as well. This was a great brainstorming session. I then went over to the wood workshop where I spent some time breaking open a steel door that had been welded close for the past sixteen years. Sr. Susan wanted to open it as it will allow better ventilation into the Machine room. When she and I had our ...
... Saltwater Crocodile catching the sun on the jeti. We see a number of
alligators, Ospreys and Cranes, followed by a great lunch of stuffed
crab at Lou's Cafe. Great Safari and not that Rasta George didn't
look trustworthy but I decided against a swim despite his insistence
that the alligators were friendly and stopped a couple of hundred
metres further down.
I'd give you ...
... of the death-defying near misses. Bevin assured me that there's not many road accidents, and by the end of the journey I was getting accustomed to it. I arrived in Mandeville to the house where I'll be staying for the next three months, and met the mother, Maxine, as well as threr other volunteers who are staying there. I was pretty tired so decided to get some sleep after a heavy day of ...
... after just two and a half days of treatment.
The next station was Gait again. We used E-stim, stretching, and mobs to free up Carl's ankle again. Then, we put him back on the treadmilll. Today, I was able to assist with the treadmill. It is HARD work. I worked up a sweat, but the carryover we saw in his walking absolutely makes it worth it.
The last station was balance. We started with some high knees, ...