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... personnel with any issues they may have. This ranged from ringworm, to malaria, to irregular heart rythms. 2 Ghanian nurses and myself saw over 400 patients that day!! Thursday We went to a local school to teach girls aged 10-16 'Sexual Health' (James worked at his own school- he really wasn't interested in this). We spent a long time talking about puberty. As for sexual health we talked about how abstinence is the only way. A little different then the ...
... was very crowded walking down the middle especially with my bike.
... but it turned out quite good.
With the Easter holiday weekend crowds it was like a subway station platform at rush hour. The was barely room to move or get to any of the ...
... before it could truely sink in we were all hugging each other farwell in the bus station carpark. It was so great that after talking about catching up for the last 2 years it finally happened but it was sad that it was already over. I guess all good things must come to an end...temporarily at least. Whilst I minded the bags at the bus station and attempted to catch up on some blogs, Ro went in search of some food for lunch. Strangely there were no supermarkets or food stores ...
... Good, how are you?". I then ordered a classic eggsmart breakfast with sausages and a cup of tea. As usual the portions were huge. Three eggs, 5 sausages, 2 slices of bread, a piece of fruit, a house cut potato and a cup of tea. I took my time to enjoy every bit of the breakfast. A few times the waiter came over to ask if the meal was good and if everything was okay. Then came the paying of bill. I asked to pay by debit so that I ...
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