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Travel Blogs from Port Antonio
... exercises while the doc took his blood pressure. Although his hands were cold and clammy his heart was warmed with a little bit of human touch and his blood pressure- while still high- was able to be measured and logged on his chart. Hopefully he will always remember the goofy "Blanc" (white girl) that did expressive breathing excersises with him and he will start to become less anxious when he sees a white coat enter the room for his check ups. All we need is ...
... them. So they still technically have
parents that may visit sometimes but they are under the care of the orphanage
for now. I thought that was really shocking that parents could just give up
their child like that, but then I realized that it would be a better option
than keeping them and not being able to afford to feed them. It’s an
unfortunate situation and reminds me how lucky I am to have two ...
... in Haiti
Over the next four (4 ) days, we take several trips to an orphanage and a school that BCD is involved in building. Both the orphanage and the school sit on the GCA campus and have the first floor completed and construction is actively going on, on the second floor of the school. The Orphanage is up a hill , behind the guesthouse. On our first visit to the orphanage, several kids spot us coming up the hill from the ...
... foggy when we got there and we view nothing. There's an art craft market up there. We took an 1145 am call with toronto from the office. Maxime was in the room with us. It was determined that we still didn't have the minimum requiremets to approve migration and that there were still issues on the utiba - Digicel platform that needed to be resolved. However, we agreed to play by ear and continue monitoring the progress that Anton, Tarun and ...
... crystal clear water! It was quite shallow. Pablo told us we could take our life*********** so we did! I took one of my shoes off and dangled my foot in the water - it was so warm! We saw loads of turkey vultures. The journey downriver took us 2 and a half hours in all, and was well worth it! It was almost a shame when we made it to a little beach just before the sea where we disembarked. We gave Pablo a decent tip and thanked him for our trip, then ...
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