Dolphin Beach Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
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Alright, so I guess you are probably wondering what the title is all about but you will have to wait. The start of our day, I woke up and I instantly had a good vibe for the day, I got prepared for breakfast A.K.A making myself presentable to the public. After I made myself presentable we went for breakfast. I had a nice hardy breakfast of fried …
... several times two hours. Then I went to work with a colleague who also stays in the Table View area. It took about half an hour each way with the car. This saved me a lot of travelling time.
I was looking for a used car ...
... med students run the show and then there is one volunteer Dr that comes around and you have to present your diagnoses and histories to her. THIS WAS AMAZING!!! So I guess I should get back to my main point.....We as GVSU students were supposed to do these mobile clinics every Wednesday night from 6:30-12:30 at night. But since the buses were on strike, the mobile clinics were not operating because it was way too dangerous for any type of public transport to be around. There was ...
... on the other students’ faces and the lack of interest from me that I am not fit to be a therapist.
After the rehabilitation center we visited two patients. The first patient a 75 year old female with varicose veins who was self sufficient and needed no treatment. Her only complaint was the leg pain from the budging veins. We asked if she had considered corrective surgery and she said that it wasn’t worth losing a leg over and she knew that going in ...
... semester actually. Two Muslim women from Bo Kaap, one older lady about 40 and the second a younger woman in her late 20s, came to talk to us about their differing views of what it means to be a Muslim woman. The older lady was quite traditional in her beliefs, explaining that she openly accepted being the ‘submissive’ woman in her marriage, and that it was her ‘duty’ to care for her husband and family. The ...