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I thought that it was very light out for being before 7:30 in the morning because that is the time Miles set the alarm for. I was being still and quiet not to wake him. Finally he tossed and turned so I could ask him the time. 10:40! WHAT??? Holy cow! How did that happen? Well, we were tired and the alarm didn't go off. We went to breakfast, and …
... is the local mall that resembles a mall back home (mzungo mall) with a cafe, Wi-Fi, pub, nakumatt (Kenyan Walmart), etc. So we all hunkered down for coffee and breakfast (and Wifi) on the patio. Of course Sara, like any 9 year old girl asked for ice cream instead of pancakes.
After we had our fill we walked back to our homestay under Sara's navigation. The streets are safe to walk in the day so long as you mind the buses and matatus (15 seater vans). I've noticed I quickly ...
Over the past two days we have been extremely busy visiting different health centers, programs and hospitals. Yesterday, (Monday 8/19) we visited Amurt Health Center which is a typical Kenyan health center and we spoke with their administrators, doctors and other health professionals and then were given a tour of their entire facility. It was truly astonishing to see the complete lack of supplies and services this health center had to offer and on the other ...
... well, but the mosque is 100 yards away over the wall, and apparently light breaks around 5:24 or 5:22 in the morning. The first 3 mornings I got to sleep late due to jet lag and never heard it. Now that I am getting a jolt by the first cry I can't believe I could sleep through it.
I had two good interactions over the lunch break with two different countries where there was misunderstanding of how the courses were to be used. It is so good that ...
... growing in strength from year to year, while Indians have been arriving for generations to open businesses in city-centers. Eastern Europeans and South Africans provide a workforce to the mines that make local mines hum. Muslim women, observing a variety of clothing schemes—from full hijab to colorful head covering—move in little packs and shepherd their children.
Handfuls of stewardesses move between flights, each one noteworthy for ...
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Business Services
- Free parking