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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 ...
... and 'Sumfest'.)
Malcolm (16 years old, Quiet but
friendly, Basketball fanatic)
Gabrielle (9Years old, Anything but
quiet, very sweet, In love with Zane from 1D)
4 dogs of which one is a pet and three
security dogs,Toby (the pet and a small Terrier type dog), Zack and
Cody (Labrador, Alsation crosses) and Spike (Rottweiler, Doberman
with some pit bull in there ...
... but it was a good game, with Baltimore Ravens narrowly winning. I ended up jamming with some elderly guys yesterday whilst having my lunch, who showed me a few Jamaican folk songs. More teaching this week. A stressful day today, but I'm getting into the swing of things. It's also Bob Marley's birthday today so as you can imagine I've been hearing a lot of his music around the ...
... juice to drink! It was actually very refreshing. I was surprised. However, I think I'll stick to the June plum option next time.
For desert, they catered to Dr. Feld's gluten allergy and my dislike for chocolate and prepared some sour sop for us instead of chocolate cake. Sour sop is a fruit that looks almost like a mini pineapple on the outside. When you split it open there are mushy white seeds inside. They are a delicious mixture of sweet and ...