SinQ Beach Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... into the classroom. Alex and I taught the older kids about Australia, they were all very eager to listen and them we taught them some maths. I'm still surprised how clever some of those kids are! Just before snack time we got all the kids to line up and wash their hands with soap, trying to introduce some basic things they can practice to keep a good level of hygiene, after that they all got a snack and cup of drink, then we brought the toothbrushes out and wrote the ...
... off, it was the 1st time I had ever driven one and took me some time to get used to it, I wouldn't give up though I was determined I was going to be the best scooter driver, finally it paid off! My body's got a few little bruises on and my hands got some deep cuts which hurt so bad at the time... sometimes I'm a little dramatic and think my nerves in my hand have gone... But I'm fine and it's healing ...
... rest of Old Goa was, well, old.... In the 16th century it's population exceeded London's population. Its got some old famous Christian churches from the times when the Portugese were here. After exploring the churches I caught the bus back to Panjim, threw out the water bottle that I had just bought (because as I opened it it seemed the seal wasn't intact and I don't feel like getting cholera today.) Then I decided to go look for a feed in town. As I dodged vehicles as ...
... year old on caffeine. Just while we're floating, Indian packaging is so hard to open I don't know what they do to the crisp packets but they are impossible, sort it out Taj! Landed. Bags. Sorted It is hot in Goa but raining unfortunately we are now in the taxi to our next hotel listening to Indigo 91.9 with Ryan Seacrest playing the US top 40. Yes! I've been in the taxi that ...
Well it has been a few days of teaching and i must say that it has been very rewarding and also chaotic. The children are great.
Each day we start with assembly and sing a few songs then do some exercises for all the children. The school is having a sports day next month and we practiced a march. The younger children aged 3-4 don't participate as they don't understand and it is too much for them.