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Travel Blogs from Treasure Beach
My new white bra is stained with curry.
Lord knows how that happened.
Anneika cried for 3 hours this morning. Loudly.
Chelseann vomited on her uniform and I was lucky winner who got to clean her up.
Radika would not put her book in her bag, Joheim’s little bottom would not stay in the little chair, and Tamecia would not stay inside the classroom.
I have ...
... a game for us all to play and win tickets that on turn go onto a raffle. Due to stormy weather it was postponed to a future date. We slept and read , dinner as usual and off to bed , the night shows are a repeat of what we saw whilst in Alaska so we stay in rather than seeng them ...
... Sports Day, chanting their house names and raising their banners high. In it is the day I walked to school with Moses, singing “Jesus on the Telephone” and finding pictures in the clouds. In it is the evening I waited for taxi for an hour, planning with Douglas what we might do if a taxi never came and I stayed the night at his house.
To the right of my heart is a ...
... needs cooking to resemble
scrambled egg in both appearance, texture and not unlike it in taste.
Saltfish is strangely cod which is imported from Canada but has
somehow become the national dish of Jamaica.
Jamaican Apples are more or less
tasteless and there's clearly no reason to import them to Britain.
An interesting day at work ...
... around the circle and “big upped” everyone. It is great to hear what perspective the patients have on what we have been doing.
On the way home today we stopped in Junction and Moya, the office manager, helped me buy some bananas. I got about 10 for 100 Jamaican dollars (about 1.20 US).
When we got back to the deaf school we went to check out where the Mississippi girls were staying and chatted on their balcony in hammocks for ...