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In the morning, Helen and Carlo dropped me off at a park and said we would have lunch in the mountains later. I walked around and had a nap, then met them, excited for lunch, at their office again. Suddenly, the restaurant wasn't open, and we went to this ****** sushi place. OK, fine, whatever.
At that point, I still believed everything Helen said. Even talking about "business" all night, and how everyone in her line of work is ...
Sarah and I went to the bakery for breakfast and had a leisurely lunch at "Hong Kong Style Restaurant". The milk tea was definitely authentic, I knew that at least.
Sarah is really funny and I wished I could bring her with me, really! We both acknowledge that we talk too much and can't keep our mouths shut when we think of something that must be said. A principal of mine ...
... a design to carve into their very own ink stone. This will be a precious memento returning from a wonderful week. After a plentiful and nourishing meal, students completed their third rotation of the activities. To cap off the day, students were treated to a wood fire BBQ, complete with their own grilling utensils. No BBQ would be ...
... came back for a warm lunch and ginger tea to reenergize for the afternoon. The groups rotated activities and came back full of new skills and memories. After a sumptuous dinner, students designed or created special, personal gifts for the elderly who reside in a nearby nursing home. Students were proud of their accomplishments and giving back to the community. After a long, damp day, students retired to their rooms in preparation for another adventurous day to ...
... the resort for dinner and had a brief break before our night activities. We were introduced to the community service we will be doing at the home for the elderly (cooking, gardening, entertainment and socializing). The students then put on their headlamps, carried their flashlights and took a night hike to the area for our Dragonfly challenge. In small groups, they had ...