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... my little boy with Sickle Cell, who two months ago was confined to his wheelchair with the missing tires, who has not attended school for 3 years for this reason, who misses playing with his friends because he cannot run around with them, met me halfway when he saw my walking down the road, with the help of his “new” walker, bright white smile from ear-to-ear.
I’ve decided I love curry-bra ...
Once again we are at sea today, up early for stretch class, healthy breakfast on the deck, then I went back to a pilates class and thoroughly enjoyed it, I think I will follow up on this when I return, I will have to find right class as there are many levels. Lunch on deck and then went to the Country Fair that was postponed from a few days ago. What a hoot, all the crew were ...
... area unless they worked for them as slaves. There was a huge slave trade from South Africa. It is the most beautiful old city with wonderful architecture and is now a place once again were only the wealthy can afford to buy property. We went on a walking tour of the city most enjoyable even though it was extremely hot. Another destination that we should have reached in the early morning rather than midday, it was much to hot for many people. We were not ...
There is a piece to the left side of my heart that is green and soft and gently curved like the
rolling hills of Somerset. It is filled with the afternoons I spent walking those hills home with my students, like the day it was so hot it took all evening to walk up the road, until it was getting
dark. In it is the day the primary school students marched up the road to the ...
... was all a non
event. It does however mean that we could get an earlier bus to
Kingston, I'm surprised the bus manages a couple of the hills after
cramming 35 people into a 16 seater. I'm even more surprised that I
don't pass out through dehydration due to the sweat pouring mainly
from my back to the seat.
As we arrive into Down Town Kingston
bus terminal there's a definite ...