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... vu. We were back in manufacturing yesterday and got to witness something really exciting, an audit! This may not sound exciting but just look at some of the pictures and imagine that the right way to do things is the exact opposite of what the photos show, because that's what happened. Well we got to listen in on some "choice words" about the state the pharmacy was in. It is a little sad because ...
... at the venue in the carpark of the Casino, we met for a pre show drink and were warmly greeted by a troupe of "characters", young people dressed in a variety of costumes and colorful hairstyles bubbling with enthusiasm and energy. Some looked outrageous and some of the more buxom were more out of their costumes than in much to the delight of the young men in our party. All were engaging, especially the one dressed as a tree that squirted water on you ...
... where you could take a book and read. We also stopped at their Tea Café and had lunch.
The café have people that volunteer their time to run and prepare sandwiches etc. the money all goes to the Botanical Garden Committee.
After all that walking, yes I was tired. Our day had been filled with a lot of activity. We grabbed some take away food and returned to our lodge.
... school after an hour lesson and were swamped by hundreds of kids who clung to us, it was just as I imagined and was the one thing I was so excited for. I loved it! We moved onto the creche for baking day where we made turtle biscuits. Crissie and Moses took James and I to the beach for lunch at Circus Circus, the sun was out and it was warm, we sat by the beach and chatted for a few hours. A very enjoyable first day in ...
... During the early 1990’s Cato Manor was reclaimed, an today is a vibrant residential community.
I live in a cozy two-story flat with my host mama Emelda and my two sisters Nomthi and Zama. They have been so hospitable to me and are incredibly interesting to talk to about local culture and politics. Living with a family in a different culture and different understanding of how the world ...