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... filled a vile with balls of sugar and then added drops of a homeopathic liquid. The vile was shaken, a label was added and then given to the patient. The next section of the pharmacy was the patient care section. The concept of patient care facilitated by the pharmacist is relatively new in Goa. In this pharmacy, blood pressure screening, blood glucose screenings, height, weight, and BMI ...
... wear? I guess their uniform (button down shirts with matching pants, though somehow that doesn’t seem as dressed up) or a t-shirt and jeans and hard toed boots. I wonder what Indians think when they come to the US and see our construction workers as they are. Maybe they think of them as uncouth, unfashionable vagabonds…
When I went to Goa, it was the only time I’ve truly felt free. It’s a beach town and overrun in the most touristy times ...
... can see in the picture but it was all I needed, three of us in the front of a pick up truck and off we went, through the backstreets, sometimes driving through parts of the highway then back into back ways as he constantly received calls from someone who was guiding him through every step of the way to avoid any road blocks.
Remarkably i got to the airport precisely one hour before my flight was due to leave... I have no idea how and who I need to thank for it ...
... it for a little bit.We had already seen a playground on our way in to the gardens but when we went out we thought we would have a go at it! Haha! Clíona went of a slide and Miriam climbed a climbing rack. Such kids!
Now it was time to get to the harbour we saw the men working down there. But some time ago a famous story took place there, which has all been put in to a film now called the Sea wolves. It's about the british wanting to attack a ...
... day and that was why I had agreed to push her around!
The kids are getting so much attention. People are amazed
with our little mixed raced kids with dark hair, dark eyes and fair skin. They
are constantly being cooed over while having their cheeks pinched, while some
Indian is saying: ‘Hello baby! What is your name?’ while another four get their
cameras out to snap pics of our mysterious babies. Hannah Sofia either ...