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Travel Blogs from Nairobi
It would seem that our anniversary date (July 4th, to be precise) is cursed. Lar doesn't believe in such things, but after a while, you can't argue with the evidence. Take this:
Two years ago, we wanted to travel from Munich to Venice on a high speed, luxury train on the fourth of July (Lar, Cami, and myself). I had booked the reservations with our Eurorail passes months in advance and Lori, Claus, and Mary saw us off at the Bahn Hof in plenty of time. We ...
... the last minute, Elvis, a student gave me a weed woven hat that he had made especially for me. It was hard to get in that van. Most of us cried all of the way home.
We got back home and packed our things. I took a quick shower because my next one would be over 24 hours later. We packed the rest of our things and put the bags downstairs were they were loaded into two cars. The traffic through Nairobi was insane. The worst I have ever seen. I have an idea why now. We ...
... while we set up the table with
donations. Everyone was very grateful, and welcoming, so it was very sad to
have to say goodbye. After we ate lunch with them, my last meal with chapattis,
we got ready to leave, since we were running late. The director of the school
stopped us from leaving, lined up a few chairs in the front of the church, and
asked us to sit and wait, for she had someone who had to talk to us. Once the
woman arrived, ...
... to all the different areas of the hospital (including the morgue). I spent most of my time today in the maternity ward waiting for a women that the doctors had just induced to go into labor. I was so excited to maybe get to help deliver a baby but as it turns out he/she just wasn’t ready for the world this morning. I then went to visit the morgue and met the man named Joshua who runs it. Although I did not want to witness the embalming or anything like ...
... awareness to slow the spread of this disease.
We also worked in the plaster area which has access to an x-ray room and surgery room (the theater) to repair serious fractures. They also treat people for dislocations and sprains in the plaster area to help ease the work load of the injection room. If a person breaks a bone and needs a cast, it can be done for 250 Kenyan shillings, or about 3 U.S. Dollars. It costs about 600 Kenyan shillings ...