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... crime. But I do know my way around, and I preferred to sleep in Nairobi rather than spend an all-nighter in various airports.
While these arrangements were being made I was on my smartphone connected to the (pretty good) wifi in the airport. I sent an urgent e-mail to my travel agent asking for assistance. I informed the Prodigues in Reunion that we’d be at least a day late. And I quickly booked a hotel for the night in Nairobi, a good deal at ...
... because it was what I was used to and where I felt the most welcome. I think that Kenya really helped me to feel like I am going in the right direction education wise and confirm that a healthcare related career could be something that I would be passionate about for the rest of my life. I’ve considered going into a field where direct patient contact would play a significant role in my life, but before Kenya I wasn’t really ever sure if it was something I could ...
... and you start building relationships, it becomes harder to pull away. I truly believe that this is going to be a life changing experience in my life even if at this moment it doesn't quite feel like it. I guess I will just have to wait and see.
Today's class focused on cancer and the top two cancers that effect both sexes in Kenya. Those being prostate and esophageal cancer for men, and ...
... day there, so I just wanted
to observe to get a better feel for the place. Our most interesting case was of
the two drunken men who came through the injection room door needing some
assistance. There had been a county wide alcohol poisoning two days ago, in
which 100 people died, these men apparently didn’t watch the news or read the
paper, since they too drank the alcohol. One of the men sat on the bench in
front of me, and I asked ...
... debit transactions for cashbooks. Mr. Brian had the students engaged. He had to read the problems to them from the one text book they have and they listened, wrote them down and figured them out sharing a calculator. They drew out their transactions using rulers and protractors to build tables.
Sitting in the class as a student was an amazing experience. Form 4 is smaller than the others so I got to sit next to Kevin and ...