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Hard work to the end.
The most predictable thing about the Philippines was that we would not be allowed to leave easily. And so it is I'm sitting writing this in the worst airport lounge in the world (voted by a website that monitors all airports) with nothing to do while our flight is horrendously delayed because the computer systems are down and it's manual check-in only. We arrived at 4.45am, it's now 7.30am and only half the passengers on our flight, due to ...
... purposes and relaxation; after a cold shower I came back in for the cucumber, mint massage phase. I smelled great and my skin felt like what a baby's skin feels like - yes that soft.
I'm not going to go into my day to day activities but basically the entire week was full of holistic healthy activities that I enjoyed and found felt much peace in doing. An art therapy class with Bhante the resident monk, a very fascinating man he was had been scheduled into my day too. ...
... by the stern of the ship and while one then disappeared into the sea mist, the other remained visible for some distance. Excitement over for one day! The following day and it was winter. At 8am the temperature was 9C, the wind was strong at Force 8 and the sea was moderate. The ship was sailing slowly at 15 knots along the coast of China. Later this afternoon, photocopies of our passports were delivered to our cabins with endorsements from the Chinese officials, who ...
... possible because of heavy rain (pedicab and tricycle there and later a jeepney home). We had a good time looking for trinkets that I could bring home to EB and them saddling me with different snacks to take for the rest of my travels...fresh chicharrones and vinegar sauce, and some cassava cake for the road). I learned that several of my family members on this side are in education, and many of the girls are still single into their late 30's. Guess I'm more like my filipino family ...
... even more safe for the community, so I look forward to seeing the addition.
Thanks again to all of you who have helped contribute to the Ark Project and have made every single part of this amazing journey possible. We are adding another sponsored child this month, and I also have a few pending possibilities as well, I am so excited to expand and explore everything I have to offer the children and families.
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