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... watched the screen with the number on. After 50 minutes about 10 of the numbers before me were not answered. I watched the numbers rise with anticipation. Pleaded with whoever can hear my thoughts to not let it be answered each time a new number was called. My number came up and I felt such a sense of relief. I rushed to the desk and told the lady I wanted to fly to Bali next week, around Wednesday but whenever the cheapest flight was within a few days (yes I did ...
... dumber by the day.) Since the sign that says not to stand on the wall hadn't presented itself yet, I got some pictures of the ocean and faux sunset. I also got a picture of the giant rocks just on the other side of the wall, where it appears that many folks attempted to traverse with two sandals and returned with at least one bare foot. It also appeared that half of a chair from the All In The Family set had washed ashore as well.
... have these same issues with their personal identity when moving to a new country, most expat groups and organizations like the AWCP are tailored to, and mostly attended by women to help them work through their assimilation. At the organization events that I first attended I felt like I stuck out like a sore thumb; the only man in the room. What I needed was a group that I could relate to from a male perspective with the same concerns ...
... filled with people who couldn't wait to drop cash and children bathed in galvanized tubs underneath rusty corrugated steel roofs along side the road. The mix of classes with the poverty next to prosperity, how does it all work? Through it all were the smiles. So much optimism and hope, they were truly happy regardless. Never was I asked for spare change and there wasn't a beggar to be seen. I really don't understand why that isn't the case ...
... numbers of his friends who dive in the Philippines and he had a phonecall. After being referred we worried just how long the test process would take =/ we went straight to the clinic and within 30minutes all tests were completed, including and not exclusively an x-ray,bloods and an ECG!!! After waiting a couple of days for results we then had another appointment with the doctor - this time 4pm - the doctor arrives at 6.15pm again blaming the ...
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