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... children following the truck. By the time we reached to local brewery for our first local experience we had 20 odd kids swarming us as we got off the truck. These kids certainly weren't shy. Hugs and high fives all round. The local beer is brewed from combinations of sorghum and maize. Beer is really not my thing so I couldn't tell you if it was any good but that fact that the beer connoisseurs in the group went back for more probably says ...
... already left for the day. When we spoke to the nurses, nothing was being done with this patient any more because she is being transferred to the hospital ward (we were at the ward near the clinic). We really didn't know if they were even checking on her general status. There were about three days (out of 5) of information missing from the chart of Patient 01... Like no one checked on her that whole time. We left the ward feeling very helpless and horrible about ...
... and two trips. He also said he would come pick us up after the game. Everyone agreed that it was a good deal and we should call him whenever we can.
After being dropped off, we were waiting for the other three when a couple guys came up to Lindsay, Annie, and I after hearing our accents. "You aren't from here are you?"
We finally found some people to ask about local things to do! Like where to go for local music! This is ...
... almost no animals to be seen - they had innately known of the approaching bad weather and departed early. A few photos of washed away roads and bridges swamped with water on their phones highlighted the damage of the floods, though I was still convinced (others may have disagreed) that being trapped in a flooded national park in Africa would be a gas. Once the rest of the gang had joined us we headed into the restaurant and order up some delicious items. Seeing monkey juice ...
... in, and we were off running, this time on the highway side where the car had empty seats and more importantly no one could beat us out since we were the only ones running next to the cars flying down the highway… and anyways, we were quick, we beat the group to the punch that time. We won our two seats in the back, and the driver and his passenger in front really got a kick out of the Lehoa running to catch a hike, and said that I must have a strong heart not to be ...
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking