Silent Waters Villa
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- Tennis Court
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- High-speed internet in room (free)
- Wireless internet connection in room (free)
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Nikki and I went to Jamacia for Tom's wedding with Jordyn. We stayed at the all inclusive hotel and Nikki got there one day before I did. We stayed through Monday morning and then headed to Chicago.
We went in the ocean, pools and drank cocktails all day. Matt, Tom, Ryan and Ali were in the wedding.
... pools and whilst they looked clean and we saw workers dumping bags of chlorine in them, you still wondered if a resulting ear infection would be the outcome a quick dip. Staff were pretty ambivalent here as well, a raise of the eyebrows indicating you had their attention. Waiters, rather than ask ‘What may you require for dinner..’ instead flick you a quick glance and a subtle raised eyebrow. Plates are delivered as though they were plates of ...
... Patois (Pat-wah), at least
that’s what I think they were speaking between each other for as
far as I was concerned it may as well have been Korean or any other
obscure dialect. In my diary I noted that it may have been because I
was tired and the airport was loud.
I quickly realised that there was no
need to anxious about the flight when it was the late night drive
I'm back on the plane now heading home. What an absolutely awesome adventure I just had. I am so glad I decided to apply for this trip. It was so much more than I had imagined. It was a win win because I learned so much and gained some invaluable life experience while making a difference in peoples' lives. Overall, I am just so touched by the warmth and gratitude of the Jamaican people.
Our last day in the clinic was much emotional than I ever would have guessed. ...
... the patients that they are excited about what they are learning and the gains they are making. It's so motivational to know that we are helping to make a difference. I hope that I can remember this experience 5 or 10 years down the road when I am having a bad day or feeling burnt out and know that what I am doing is making a difference in people's lives.
I am also becoming so much more confident in my patient handling skills. It is reassuring ...