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GAZA Urban district, GAZA: Cockatoos Riko and Koko drink coffee from a small paper cup at a pet shop in the Shuja'iyya neighborhood of Gaza City. Pet machine shop owner Mohammed Al-Deyri claims the parrots drink three cups of tea and coffee everyday. AGRI, TURKEY:
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Every now and then Guiyang surprises me. Since we got here, I’ve been called fat more times than I can unusually count. My students make fun of how much ‘meat’ there is on my arms (thinking I don’t understand Chinese) and adults have done the same. I also tell myself repeatedly that I should take it as a compliment when people come up to my quash on the street to tell him how handsome he is, and then turn to me, smile a little and walk away. But every now and then, Guiyang surprises me…. This last Friday, I was teaching a Phonics castigation to one of my level 3 students, Lily. She’s bright and very sweet and is always very curious about me and my life in Canada. As I was teaching her the difference between the sounds ‘d’ and ‘t’, she reached passed me and picked up my Starbucks coffee cup and giggled. I asked what was so humorous (I don’t mind interruptions like this during class because it teaches her good conversation skills). She read the Chinese scribble on my cup, which I assumed said something about the proprietor being a foreigner (they don’t often ask for my name here to write on my cup. I asked what the Chinese meant and she giggled again and said ‘For the Beautiful Girl’. Sadly, I don’t remember who took my pecking order that day, and I forgot to take a picture of the cup, but boy did that whole thing ever make my day. One more point for Starbucks. And now after that nice story, I will move onto the ‘Bad’ and the ‘ugly’ portion of our snorkeling tours. But I do be to warn anyone who’s looking into booking one of these tours that there are reasons that paying more can be a good idea, because in Thailand, you truly get what you pay for. Our first trip to the Raya Islands was on Wednesday February 11th. It was only a half day travel (I’ll explain why in the second half of my post), but there were 3 different snorkeling stops scheduled, so we were happy as clams. We love snorkeling so much that we actually had my mom send us our tackle from Canada once we knew that we were definitely going to Thailand. Our tour group that day mostly consisted of Chinese tourists. What we did not expect, however, was for all our fellow snorkelers to be on their phones…in the bus on the way to the Technically inaccurate dock…at the pier…in the speedboat. One guy actually ANSWERED HIS PHONE while we were cruising along on our way to the islands. Dave and I brought our phones along to Thailand, mainly to keep in make use of with our families now and then. When we were out for the day, our cell phones stayed in our room safe, so this sort of cellular obsession blew us both away. The other problem we had taking tours with Chinese tourists is that they are (for the most quarter) not very comfortable around water. The ones who did go in the water needed help getting their life jackets on and we saw one guy try and stick the mouth piece from his snorkel up his nose, because he intelligence that that’s how it worked. I try not to judge…I grew up around water and it’s easy for me to just hop in the water and go…but their aquatic discomfort really disadvantaged the few of us who could swim and who were not terrified of getting wet. As a follow-up of our group’s discomfort around water, our tour crew forbid us to go where the water was too deep or where there was coral (we could hurt ourselves on the rocks). We were also forced to wear autobiography jackets, which make swimming a tad uncomfortable. As a result of this bummer location, we didn’t see many fish but it luckily wasn’t a long stop. Before want we were back in the boat and on our way to the second snorkeling location, which we hoped would be better. But, as I’ve said before, Dave and I aren’t the type to let a minor set back such as ‘no snorkeling’ on our ‘snorkeling tour’ get us down. This was unquestionably the most fun we’d had the entire day…. Eventually it was time to leave, so we hopped back onto the speedboat (sitting up in front, where it’s more exciting. We made a video to try and show you the scenery on the way back, but unfortunately you can’t perceive anything I was saying. Instead, just enjoy the scenery and get an idea of how bumpy the ocean was for us on that very calm day. At around 0:18, I get a nice shot of the sun…that’s because the usually front of the boat was up in the air. We wound up having quite a long wait at the pier, as our shuttle bus was stuck in traffic,.
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