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... we had games like throwing water filled balloons at the supervisor of the cabin cleaning staff who were holding a board with nails in it and they had to protect themselves with it, of course the balloons broke and water went all over them. Many fun games and lots of fun was had my all. We were successful in winning some of the raffle tickets but not so lucky in the final draw for ...
... to shop, some of the work done by these people like baskets etc are very beautiful, went to emerald shop by my taste too expensive for Ken. There are many boutique hotels now in the city , they are in the homes of the original people, a place I could revisit for a week or so. We then traveled to the new Colombia and it is just like any other high rise city. It does have a very extensive beach, interesting enough along the beach there are permanent shelters ...
... of the shell so you could eat the jelly inside. Delicious! We'd arranged the bus to pick us up at 2.00 on Monday, but it didn't turn up until almost 5.00. But hey, this is Jamaica. We stopped for food in Kingston on the back. As I've finished my work placement, I'm now entitled to a week or two of holiday. I spent another day or two in Mandeville then took the bus to Kingston on Wednesday to stay once more at the Reggae Hostel. I've ...
... from the outside furniture, (I
can't help but laugh). Luckily Luuk agrees to share the tent with me
and it turns out another guy who I think is French.
After mistakenly being taken Lucky 39's
which is a seedy stripclub in Downtown we decide against going in and
head to Quad in New Kingston, surprisingly none of the girls fancied
Quad is cool ...
... message for the first day of
stroke camp. This was followed by prayer, which I am coming to learn is a big
part of Jamaican culture.
After prayer this morning we moved into testing. I did the
functional gait assessment with some of the higher-level patients. This is my
first time really getting hands on with involved neuro patients. It is
difficult! Not only do you have to guard to make sure they are safe but you
have to watch how they're ...