The Dome Residence
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... rat traps. We left our rucksacks and went into the bush about 100 meters from the camp. They were quite fiddly to set up but after a few goes, I became a pro.
After a brilliant meal slow cooked over a fire and the sunset across the ridge in front of us, we went out into the bush, armed with our sling shot. Even though we didn't actually walk that far, it was still quite disorienting walking around all the plants and trees. We tried to shoot some small rodents with our ...
... psychotherapist and has also worked with doctors. Her advice for me was to finish my studies and contribute in whatever way I want!
I forgot to wear my sunscreen for the first time ever, and now my face is brown =O I don't think I've had a face tan since I played tennis in high school 10 years ago, haha. The funny thing is, in the shop we sell face washes from India, one of them being a "whitening scrub". All the white girls are like, nooo ...
... the excruciatingly slow service, (Cris is already finished eating and Lise still has no food, has to wait and additional 25 min until her meal arrives....and we are the only 2 people in the restaurant!!!!), We Loved the food so much that we ate there 3 times.
We finally had a proper Thai massage. Wow, these are hard core massages. It's all stretches and pressure points but not relaxing , almost painful. ...
... mental health of the patients. I was impressed with their daily schedule which included activities as well as time to have counseling services. We were able to talk with the one lady who just moved there last week. She told us, with a big smile on her face, that she is very happy to be living there because now she doesn’t have to live alone and worry about where/if she will eat. What a great thing to hear.
... be in that position to do it to that extent.
I feel like elders either don’t accept my offer of respect when I try to do it in America, or people look at me weirdly. For instance, if I offer my chair to and elder, they don’t usually take it. Plus, when I say "yes, sir" or “yes, ma’am” people tell me to not do it and can give me weird looks. Most of my teachers, if not all, want me to call them by their first name. ...