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... people in a club - some odd looks, but nothing threatening. Eight hour journey to Lusaka to stay with some medical students I met at the backpackers. My first real African city. Three million people (a million more than the whole of Namibia) and hardly a white person in sight. Obviously not built to accommodate tourists - there really isn't that much to do! - but quite a place. Time there spent more productively than in leisure. Arranged for a visit to the ...
Today started before the sun and the roosters even woke. At 4:15 am I was up and waiting for my taxi to Muzuzu to board a 6 hour bus ride home. Little did I know this trip would turn into a cultural experience unlike anything I had experienced here thus far. The driver arrived at 4:50 however as I had planned for the delay I was not sweating yet, we then began the hour long journey to Muzuzu the sky still dark and the streets ...
... most valuable characteristics that I have gained thus far. Because of the research we have collected we have been able to host a conference where we are able to provide Mental Health Faciliator trainning to 40 new individuals that will be able to assist hundreds/thousands of kids in throughout their life time. Also because of our research we were able to create an open forum of all the Mental Health Facilitators to ...
... our Nakata Bay girls (the other Renaissance College girls we came to Malawi with) and was reunited with my soul sister Emilie, and other best friends Cathlia, Nikki and Katie. We then spent the afternoon sharing stories, and showing them around the place I had learned like the back of my hand area 3, Lilongwe. Though modern it had never seemed to be all that special until I shared it with some of my favourite people, then I just felt so proud to be able to call this ...
... and shame about talking about your poop left the moment I hopped off the plane. He is pretty sure it is just a common flu bug, something very similar to what I could have picked up back home. He told me to continue drinking lots of fluids and take gastrolyte to replenish my electrolytes. I don't know if you have ever had to take gastrolyte but let me tell you, it tastes as good as it sounds... Note the sarcasm. With a mix between salt sugar and fruit punch ...
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