Port Salut Beach House Bar And Grill
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... unless it is clogged. I guess you learn something new everyday!!
After spending the day resting we decided to go to bed. Becca, Sarah, and I were heading to the bathroom to brush our teeth when I spotted something crawling near the bathroom curtain (the makeshift door). THERE WAS A REAL LIVE WILD TARANTULA CRAWLING IN THE BATHROOM. As soon as I saw it I said to the other girls "Guys, get out of the bathroom" in the most calm way possible. ...
... la résurrection du Christ, si ce n'est que presque chacun des bateaux a un nom qui réfère à Dieu ou à Jésus! Ici, Dieu les protège sur la mer, comme sur la terre. Et ils en ont besoin, de cette protection, car ils sont très vulnérables. Presque toutes leurs cultures ont été dévastées par le passage de l'ouragan Sandy l'automne dernier, pour n'en citer qu'un exemple. Même les bananiers n'ont pas tenu le coup.
... a bit through the two weeks- I would say initially it was air conditioning as the sweat poured down our faces, but as we acclimatized, except for the clinic when we were working hard, the fans seem to work out. Some other things we missed:
Dry clothes-particularly socks
Slightly warmer showers with soft water
Being cool and dry for longer than 5 minutes after a shower
Fresh food-salads, fruits, vegetables and sandwiches- (which ...
... or get jobs as domestics or cooks and eventually train other women to do the same. We were amazed at the quality of their sewing and embroidery, which was then sold in this store. The women spend nearly a year learning these crafts and when they are at an appropriate level, they can bring in their work every 2 weeks and get some payment in return for the articles. There were crochet bags, scarves, incredible cut work and embroidered linens,such as table cloths, ...
... and wooden nick-knacks. One man who had been sitting at the bar immediately came over to sell his baskets etc.- but we were ready for a drink first! Part of me really enjoyed my "shandy" the other part felt guilty that we were able to come here and relax when we were on a medical mission. Those we had left in les Cayes could not afford to come here.
We all tried out the sea, which was like bath water temperature and silky smooth. I did feel the cares ...