Coral Palm Beach Hotel
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... basic drugs and a lab with basic tests (haemoglobin, malaria, typhoid, HIV). There is also a small HIV clinic and a mortuary as well as a "cafe" that provides food for the patients and visitors. There are no doctors employed here but 3 clinical officers who are like F1s in the UK. There seem to be around 15 inpatients most of the time but this can double at busy times. They see around 10-20 patients a day, with probably 80-90% having malaria. It ...
... they received. After, we made our way to the school.
We arrived and started putting out the donations on a table in the church. We donated everything from our clothes to basic hygiene needs and books. The students trickled in and sat quietly. We told them thank you for having us and that we brought many things for them to have. Literally, I think we had about 15 pairs of shoes, and bags of clothes.
We went outside after that to take pictures ...
... about how we were always planning our return to Africa, even though we haven't even left yet. After the safari we made the long, bumpy trek home. We stopped once for a break and drove right through lunch. Now we're back at the house, happy to be out of the van, and ready to eat! Tomorrow we'll be at the school and hospital. More to follow on that. I'll try to upload a lot of pictures if the internet is working well! :)
... 8217;t refrigerate eggs here. Eggs don’t technically need to be refrigerated. We do in the US. I think it makes people feel better because we place them in the dairy section with the other refrigerated goods in our minds.
I am exhausted and that is all I have for tonight. I want to thank everyone who has been reading my blog. You have been so supportive with your kind words. That is what keeps me going every day.
was interesting, especially the whole shower situation, but finally the manager
arrived to let us in the building. We observed as he got the body ready to be
place in the coffin for the family to take home. The body was a male, 30 years
old, who died from alcohol poisoning. The manager was being very gentle with
the body to the point where he aligned the face to the casket window. The body
was dead for 4 days, so he perfumed the body, no, ...