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... the family also do this and regularly are sent to buy medication at the pharmacy if the hospital has run out. - patients pay 50 dalasi (£1) per week for the bed and everything else is free except special tests such as ECG or CT scan Paediatrics I was based on the neonatal ward but they also have a malnutrition ward, general ward and clinic. -staffing is low on neonates with very few nurses. -most incubators have two babies in them -babies are given dextrose for fluids which is ...
... on this trip since we did not bring our binoculars or any field guides from M's collection at home. But we put our 20x zoom cameras to good use, not to mention the best optics in the world, our eyes! Fortunately the lodge had a comprehensive field guide to the birds of Gambia. We would try to get a good photo of all the unfamiliar (and familiar) species and then ...
... assistants to carry our bags to the car. Windows down, reggae blaring like local rudeboys we headed off to our villYa in Kololi. There are lots of kids wandering the streets, along with random cattle, goats and huge termite mounds along the way. The girls at the petrol station were giggling and touching Austin as they'd "never met a white man before." Our villa is ...
... we used a small booth that also did 48. In Senegambia the hotel did 47.6; 48 was easy to get on strip, but Barry’s offered a bit more (also cheapest large water at 25D).
We stayed B&B, which meant that we tried local restaurants for food. Can't rememebr the names of places we went except for Ali Babas which was fine, and the one with a garden was good. Jasmina was fine for a drink, we kept our spending to below 250 dalesi for a meal ...
... and July 22 square can all easily be visited within minutes and no need for a local guide. Yes, the bumsters can be a bit annoying, but they are just trying to offer a service for those that may need. We stated where we were going, said they were wasting their time being with us and we wouldn't pay, and we were fine! However one did tag along one morning and showed us the commercial port, fish smoking areas etc in about 2 hours. We could not have seen this on our ...