Silent Waters Villa
- Tennis Court
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
- Refrigerator in room
- Outdoor pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... business. Buying less minutes raises the per-minute price. Except for the price, accolades go to Carnival for WiFi and Internet.
Television is great. Service is from DirectTV and, even though it is out of service as I write this, normally the service is first rate. We get Miami affiliates of FOX, CBS, NBC and ABC. We get CNN, Discovery TNT, TCN and a movie channel that operates sporadically. There are pay-per-view movies. And, there are a bunch of Carnival channels. None of them ...
welcomed by my host family who had all stayed up to greet me.
They are as follows:
Mrs Taylor - Carla (The main host of my
stay, Carla works at home on a music promotions business with GT)
Mr Taylor - GT (GT is a DJ at the
national all reggae radio station IRIE FM and the head of a number of
music festivals, The main ones being 'GT Taylor’s Christmas
... put together little thank you plaques for each of us. It is something that I will definitely put in my office someday to remind me of the experience I had in Jamaica and all that I learned. It will remind me of the impact that I can have on peoples’ lives and the reason why I chose a profession that allows me to do so. I am really going to miss Joshua and cannon and all of the patients. It is hard to leave and know that I will probably never see them again and may or may not ...
... Everyday I am more and more glad that I came. The patients are so excited, and I am getting more hands on time than I ever have before. Dr. Feld even said that she is impressed with our skills. That was a great confidence booster. I think my confidence is slowly building and this experience is definitely helping. I am starting to learn my patient's wants even when they can't verbalize. I am starting to know their capabilities, fears, and limitations. ...
We woke up this morning to a extremely loud community call to church. A car straps speakers on to the its roof which shout radio ads, and this morning's were for church. We had plenty of time to to get ready and walk back down to the community center for breakfast. That seems to be the norm in Jamaica. No one is ever in a rush, and 15 minutes in Jamaican time always means 30 minutes. We ate banana porridge, ...