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... at a meeting on Friday with all of the TB/HIV coordinators. Elyse is conducting a focus group, and we are sharing a brief overview of our experiences at the clinics. I have a lot of preparing to do! After this week I will be analyzing all of the data I've collected and I'll present it at various meetings and conferences. So exciting! Tomorrow is an early morning, so I'm off to bed! I'll try to be a little more vigilant in keeping up with the blog this week. :) ...
... br> and I love it but it’s although very tough. I mean if you are here on holidays
that’s pretty and nice, but if you are working here it’s totally different. You
get to see the most beautiful and ugliest things about the city.
You see and heard a lot of things. For example this story
was in all the mouths these past days. It was this baby who was stolen at the
hospital, 17 years ago. This baby got a sister (who ...
... meal (and drinks), that chick Zoe says to me 'Andy, you do know we're up at 4 tomorrow to see the sharks don't you?'. I'm really regretting giving her my email address now... Zoe: We had a nice relaxing morning, giving everyone a little bit of a chance to recover from our vino hangovers. We left at 10am already dropping like flies as two of the older ditches decided to leave early and not say bye to anyone. Oh well, 2 more seats on the truck. It was only a short one and a half ...
... the overweight seals, and then to dinner at a delicious restaurant near the beach. The next day Maarten dropped Mark and I off at the base of Table Mountain. We hiked up and down the giant geological table, stopping for a long lunch on top (there is also a cable car, but we thought we could use the exercise). Maarten was at a work meeting, so Mark and I stocked up to make ultimate salads (yes, salads - turns out we miss them) at the grocery store, and caught up ...
... one of the Harvard guys I had met up with in both Livingstone and Namibia. They were in Cape Town as well by now, and we met up at the Waterfront. They were late getting there as they overestimated the walk from their hostel, but once we met up we had a great time. First we had lunch, then we just walked around the waterfront. We killed a good 90 minutes in a book store. NOTE: Never go into a book store with two Harvard students. You'll be in there a very long time!!! They were ...