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... young people who work at the Festival asked me if I had been to the Bronx. I did impress with my two hip hop names--Afrika Bambatta and Kool Herc.
Satry, who is assigned to get me around town, and our great driver Karina and I have spent a lot of time together because I am staying a bit out of town and there is traffic here that only is rivaled by Mexico City as far as I have seen. It can take an hour in traffic to get downtown during the day and 15 minutes ...
... there is a daily direct flight from China to Mauritius now. The world she is a changin’….
With some regret we checked out at 11:00, and had the car brought around front, and the luggage loaded. I could easily get used to this kind of life!
The drive down south passed without incident. I filled the tank just before the airport, and we turned in the car. Then walked up into the new terminal where things went quickly ...
The plane was much fuller than I anticipated. There was a mix of nationalities on board. I saw one single white girl whom I pegged as English. She looked rather *****y and decided not to bother talking to her.
Almost two hours later, we landed.
The typical bag shuffle and exit dance slowly, very slowly took place. We walked to the terminal from the plane. I gazed out the landscape; Different from Mauritius, as expected.
I stood in the line and waited. The man ...
... medications and hand over a valued pill, or loan a syrup bottle out to the neighbouring bed.
Mothers are in this together. Equipment is reused, the prescription pad is passed around the ward from mother to mother with a doctor stopping to sign it in between, and they all see each other head to the pharmacy for parts and goods, night and day. And in this way, they are support to each other. There are often children with similar conditions in the same ...
... triage, wether they are sent home with treatment or whether they are admitted. Triage is also the “on-call shift” - thus when you are working triage, you’re on for 24 hours. So these doctors and interns are on from 8 am through to the next 8 am, or rather really 8:30-9:00 am for handover to the next team.
It was a quiet morning, and I was busy working on my Malagasy, courtesy of the interns, for the first few hours. But as the calm before ...