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 …
My new white bra is stained with curry.
Lord knows how that happened.
Anneika cried for 3 hours this morning. Loudly.
Chelseann vomited on her uniform and I was lucky winner who got to clean her up.
Radika would not put her book in her bag, Joheim’s little bottom would not stay in the little chair, and Tamecia would not stay inside the classroom.
I have ...
... There is one other volunteer in Black River (Erin) and
Australian girl, although she's heading home in 5 days but she's
allowed me to gatecrash her weekend plans of Treasure Beach and a
Safari for the weekend which is nice of her.
Up at 5am. I'd put it down to
excitement but it think it has more to do with the stifling heat and
a heavy dose of jet lag. ...
I had a day off work on Thursday so took the opportunity to laze around for a bit. Friday was Dirty Day, where once a month all the volunteers get together and do something building orientated. This time we headed to nearby St Elizabeth where we were filling in the foundation of a house for an old guy named Bill. You had to watch out when picking up rocks by hand as some of them had spiders and cockroaches attached to them. We had had an incident with a cockroach in ...
... on his own. Later in the day he was walking on the treadmill with a grin on his face the whole time. He didn't tire out either. He kept working hard the whole day. He wanted to do more and more. He even finished the day with wall squats. I was so impressed. I realized today that it's going to be hard to leave.
Cannon had a great day too. He was teaching me patois (Jamaican slang) the whole day. I think he was more interested in that ...