Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi
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... you might like to see. We were welcomed by a group of Colubus monkeys when we first got to the lodges.
After lunch, we encountered a group of about 10 Vervet monkeys who were playing inside one of the presentation rooms in the lodge (they say to make sure you shut everything up because they will get inside if you don't).
In the afternoon, we went on a nature walk and saw the waterbuck up close and personal. The male have beautiful striped horns. We have seen ...
... aware of my options while looking into graduate school. My time in Kenya really taught me to value the medical system we have in place here in the United States but also that we could learn a thing or two from countries who are treating patients with much less than we would ever dream of.
My time in Kenya was one that I will never forget. Being able to study-abroad filled the gap that I felt I was missing in my college experience. The trip helped me to further both ...
... for about an hour and then they started to venture closer. Before we knew it, the whole lot of them was right on top of us. You could tell that they were scared so our driver backed up and let them through. The head male did not like the idea of three vans being so close to his family, I was glad our driver backed away because I don’t even want to know the damage these enormous dudes can do. We stayed on The Mara for about four hours seeing more elephants, hippos, a giraffe, an ...
When I first entered the maternity clinic I saw my patient, the lady I had checked two days before,sitting at the waiting room area, and she was still pregnant. When I was with her two days before, I had calculated her due date to be May first, which was yesterday, and she still had the baby in her. I followed Dr. Lillian to check on her. She had no dilation, no contractions or signs of labor, which got me a little worried. We had to induce labor, so we inserted ...
... worse and the trip could be rough for them, but they’re adamant. I tell Elizabeth to draft a letter for the hospital in Nairobi with what’s been done and what we would do next. Why couldn’t this guy just show up for his antibiotics like he was supposed to? The family asked me if it was malaria. Now there’s a question. I’ve seen cerebral malaria do similar things, but he wouldn’t have improved on rocephin, right? ...
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Room service
- Swimming pool