Valley High Villa
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... a better look when I get home. In the meantime, I unimaginatively called him 'Fred'. Fred the fish! I think he was using us to find food in the sand, as when we we're walking, he was swimming around our feet and pecking at things floating up. When we floated at the surface, he was swimming around our bellies! It was like we were his private shoal! He was with us for about 10 minutes before he got bored and swam away. We swam a lot and ...
... and buy Sven a snorkel mask. Then back to the water! There were so many fish! They were eating the bread from my hand! I got loads of great pics, if a little fuzzy. The little buggers are too quick! The videos I got however are fantastic. We got out when we ran out of bread and sunbathed a while. This proved to be a bad idea. I am now sunburnt!! I am officially luminous! We went to the lobby to use the wifi. I tried to FaceTime mum but the signal was too ...
... by the marina, which had some very expensive looking yaughts. On the way to town we passed a mansion belonging to Snoop Lion, or the artist formerly known as Snoop Dog. In the afternoon we went to the Rio Grande river and went on a two hour trip on bamboo rafts to the mouth of the river. It was cloudy, but it was still a very nice experience. The highlight was passing a man coming the other way on a raft selling Red Stripe for the ...
... didn't persist with any more.
Dirty day today which is essentially
all the volunteers getting together to build a poor blind man a house
somewhere in the middle of nowhere. The day started with a 2 hour
wait for everyone at a petrol station in Gutter. After 40 minutes of
collecting rocks from a hill we give up as the two people meant to be
arriving with equipment and cement never arrived ...
... 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 ...