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Such a lazy day! We got up at 7:15 and got ready for breakfast. After breakfast we went to the lobby and chilled on the Internet, played games and chatted to family. Sven wanted to listen to the Sunderland game at 9 so I left at 9:15 and had a wander, visited a few shops, explored the hotel further and then got changed for the pool. I met Sven back in the lobby at 10:30 and waited for his football game to finish. I relaxed and had some coffee, then we went back to ...
... pay. After breakfast, back to the room for a quick change and off down to the beach. The water here is so, so warm and clear! The fish swim up along the beach in the slightly more rocky areas so were definately taking the underwater cameras tomorrow! We got peckish around 12 so we went to the Piscis Beach snack bar for some fast food (burger and chips!) before heading off for a swim in the massive pool. It has two ...
... The taxi drivers here are famous here for being
delivery men, Money collectors and anything else you need them to be.
The social evening was a talent show
that involved some awkward dancing due to a set of speakers you could
barely hear and then new volunteer Poppy who reluctantly got up
protesting she can't sing and will embarrass herself only to get up
an be bloody brilliant. ...
... on the porch at the clinic. It's so nice to not have anything to do. We don't have Internet, so even if we wanted to, we can't do much schoolwork! I have never been so happy to be disconnected from the outside world. I am loving it!
Dinner tonight was jerk chicken and pork with peach and mango cobbler for dessert. My favorite so far! Tomorrow we got to the beach after clinic, but after that dessert I'm not sure a bathing suit is going to be the best ...
... hugs I've ever received in my life. Everyone laughed, and I was smiling ear to ear. It was easily one of the best "Big Ups."
We returned, and Brittany and I worked on our devotion we were going to lead the next day. A few of the deaf students came out to see what we were doing. They slowly crept up behind us. They laughed, smiled, and sat next to us. I tried to recall some sign language, but I could only remember how to ask, "What is your name?" ...
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