Southern Sun Mayfair Nairobi
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... of education, last week covering malaria, diarrhoea and rehydration. Next week its HIV and family planning! Anyway, we've settled in well and are starting to feel part of the community within the health centre. We hope that we can manage to make these changes and that it will improve patient care, the work for the staff and also staff morale. Were planning to do blogs again but with no internet they may not be as regularly as in Nepal so keep your eyes ...
... an R &B singer's name instead. Remember the wise words of Rafiki (Rafiki actually means friend in Swahili) from The Lion King- "Asante sana, squashed banana" which means- "thank you very much, squashed banana." We're now basically fluent.
That evening we ordered the 1/4 grilled chicken. Now this wasn't your Nandos 1/4 chicken portion, we were in Africa now and the portions rival Australia! It was amazing and we went to bed tired ...
... 8217;t know what the school was like or what kind of needs they had until we got here. From here, we catered to what they asked for. We had a lot of requests for confidence building and I feel we really covered that as much as we could. We decided as a team we needed to teach them about reproductive health. Yes, "the birds and the bees" talk.
The students were so inquisitive asking all sorts of questions on the topic. For today, ...
... times. Mary and I roomed together and were up talking and laughing until 3am! I don't know what I would do on this trip without her. We have really built a friendship and can relate on so many levels. Thank GOD!
May 11, 2014
Happy Mother's Day! We had an amazing breakfast and checked out of the lodge early this morning. I was sad we only got one day there and had to say goodbye to that ...
... red on the bottoms.
Anyway, four of us arrived at the Tagoni Hospital at
about 9 am and met with the medical director to get our assignments, which
ended up being the same area that I have been working in for the past week. I
don’t mind working in that department because so far it is the only area that
will allow us to do hands on work. Today Taylor and I were working together in
the injection room (A.K.A. trauma area) and the other two girls went with ...