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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Free parking
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... fast and made a good team, so time passed quickly. People who are not charged for drugs are HIV positive patients, HIV positive mothers who undergo preventative care to not pass the virus onto their offspring, and all children under five years of age. While working at the pharmacy I learned that the most common pain killer they use is paracetamol, and insulin is considered a special drug and therefore more expensive.
... separate circular lodge decorated very safari-esque. They were so cute! We then decided to take advantage of the pool before our first safari! The pool was beautiful overlooking both the plains and the mountains. It wasn’t until I had my feet in the pool that I noticed all the monkeys in the trees surrounding it. The pool attendant came and told us that the monkeys often come down to get a drink out of the pool and even steal the fruit out of people’s drinks! From then on out, ...
Today I laid in bed until about 8am. I was hoping all of the girls would be at breakfast so I would get to go to the bathroom and maybe be able to brush my teeth alone. I am really starting to struggle living with five other women in a confined room and small bathroom. Some of them like to take their time doing makeup in the morning. I made a decision that I wouldn't be wearing makeup or doing my hair while here. Apparently, I am close to the only ...
Unlike some of the other countries and continents we’ve visited on this multi-year world tour, and contrary to our typical approach, Adam and I had expectations for Africa. Ooohhh, did we have expectations - 95 pounds worth to be exact. From jugs of hand sanitizer to numerous bottles of mossie spray, and even to the extent of salt and peppercorn grinders, we were prepared to take on the malaria-ridden, yellow fever-laden, rice-serving Africa. Thank ...