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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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... I'm just waiting the days a away. I feel a little lost but I am talking to someone about what I can do. After placement on Monday we went back to Neema house. I was able to give the other girls a tour and then held my baby Christof again! I fed him a bottle and he nearly fell asleep but a few other girls came in so I let them hold him. I changed a few nappies, went to play with the crawlers and then back to my babies to give them cuddles ...
... had been saved who would shake your hand and look through your hair. They also had two breeds of crocodiles that where being used as part of a breeding programme to help increase numbers in the wild. They also had some lizards and turtles about. Overall the park had a nice feel as they seemed to be doing a lot of good and despite the snakes held their for show the money raised meant they could rescue snakes from villages ...
... and confiscated their books. How dare they have books in my class. Luckily my temper was soothed by one of the kids who had wisely noted down the whole spurs line up I had put on the board. They're learning, I think I'm making progress... Zoe: Andy didn't get up this morning for school, even though there was a plan to get a bacon sandwich on the way. I decided that I wasn't gonna make him get up either, so instead we ...
... their turn the door opens and out they all run, down the slippery passage to the toddler room where they are each caught, dried, moisturised (the skin is rubbed with a Vaseline substance) dressed ,nappied up and let loose to play until snack time. I'm sure you can visualise the chaos...keeping in mind that you actually have to find pjs that fit, nappies that fasten and are in a position to grab all of these before your toddler makes good his escape. Sometimes ...
Today was the first day of my volunteering placement at Levosoli Hospital in Arusha. To ensure we didn't get lost on the first day (as we travel to the hospital on the local dalla dallas) it was arranged we would meet one of the TVE staff to come with us to the hospital. There are two other girls in my house doing the same placement as me: Caroline from New York and Ava from Chicago. We woke up at 7.30 and had Mandazi and eggs for breakfast before getting ...