Sandavy Guest House - Kilimani
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... to travel home tomorrow, this experience is one I could never get sick of. School groups would have to be very active, but helping wild life has got to be the best feeling, I would highly recommend this volunteer work for all young adults looking for an adventure.
As much as I miss my family and friends being at peace with lions in wild life is absolutely bliss!
Hotel breakfast was unexpected and decent with the buffet offering all you want from a buffet. The list if names of the trip was up on the noticeboard, 5 males 11 females - a good start! Martin our tour guide for the day piled us up at 9 and at 9 we started sitting in traffic. After an hour of M25 style traffic and stopping at a local coffee shop, we arrived at the elephant sanctuary. From 3 months old to 5 ...
... a google doc to collect everything we might need to know, buy or do for the trip to become a reality. There was a lot to do but I couldn't do much from Nairobi apart read a lot online, discuss possible routes and set a date of departure. Tharun and I decided to tentatively start a couple of days after my Dad leaves for Mandi.
I also booked my tickets to India. I would get to Wayanad on the 23rd of July, 2014. ...
After, we saw another patient and talked to the doctor for a little bit about his schooling. I went over to the child welfare office to see what Ranelle and Taylor were doing. They were checking in babies to see the doctor; Taylor was weighing and measuring the length, and getting the temperatures of all the babies. I started to record the patients weight, height, and temperatures on their charts and also gave children a vitamin A supplement. ...
... the steel. Fortunately there were chalkboards, but they were very aged and one of them had a large hole in it.
The educational topic was a review of the last two days since there was such a large turnout. We reviewed HIV topics, confidence building, oral hygiene, and stress, anxiety, stigma, and depression. Class went well even with the inconvenience of the learning environment. We split up the content between two groups of two so that we could switch midway through to cover ...