Sorry about the photos, they take a very long time to load hence there only being one, now 3 i am trying to do something about it.
I am settling in very fast as a local, i no longer wake up in the morning in a sweat. We have joined a cycling club thing which rides on a sat morning and also on sundays if we want to go. It is an easy, flat 10km along the bay which is very pretty. We have also visited a village where we have been invited in to a youth group which is every fri and sun night. The lady we know from the village is super nice, she cooks us extra food and brings it to school for us, she said we are welcome at her village any time we want, we can even stay there. Hopefully on Sunday we will get to swim in the "pool" near her house which is a natural pool that has a waterfall.
Work is also very good, the kids disabilities are not as bad as what i thought and some of them dont have a disability at all. The centre is pretty much a kinda for disabled kids. I have learnt most their names (there is about 30-40 kids in the whole centre, but really depends who turns up). Most of my day i watch the kids help them with thier work or just try and get them to stay in one spot, tell them to stop climbing up the door or on the bench, i do typing for the teachers and push kids on the swing for as long as i can stand in the sun.
Thankyou everyone for my birthday wishes!! i had a great day, some other vols who live not to far away came to suva and we went out for lunch and diner, played basketball with the local (actual basketball was cancelled, which was not surprising in fiji) and then we went out at night to down under, an aussie club which has photos of thongs ands aboriginals on the walls so i had an awesome time.
Missing you all heaps