House of Waine
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... to go so I had to guys I got to know on the bus asking around for me. The ticket guy knew a place around the corner and took me there. KSh 1000 per night with private bath AND hot water? Where's the catch? Is this heaven after the ride through hell? I have not had warm water since I left. I was soooo happy. Getting into the room I found out I even had a TV! What a great place. So I'm going to take a shower now as I can not touch anything with my dusty ...
... what we need to get tomorrow.
Today has been a relaxing afternoon so far and I'm enjoying it! Internet is working somewhat decent this afternoon too, so I'm trying to get some grading done for my class that's been online for the last two weeks and do some prep for class when I return.
Two more days until departure. I'm craving pizza and chips and guacamole.
Can't wait to have both!
... 8221; The cleaning lady looked up and said to me “oh, yes, Obama the cat”, like it was obvious. People here are so obsessed with
Obama, that they are even naming cats after him.
Our first patient was a young girl, three years old, who was being tested for malaria. The sign and symptoms are vomiting, convulsion, diarrhea, loss of appetite, fever and stomach cramps. Once a person tests positive for malaria, you have to determine whether it was
... welcome into the house and orientation. It wasn't long after, I was upstairs in my room and unpacking. The room was tiled as well, had a bathroom with a shower in it, plenty of cabinet space, and a bunk bed. It was simple yet comfortable. The first night went surprisingly well, minus the barking dogs. When I woke up we had breakfast being made. Seven in the morning comes early but at least I had something to eat. Breakfast is pretty simple; consists of ...
... got back to my room and needed to see some 'Murica for a few minutes to slow down my culture shock. So far I’m not shocked. It’s nice that the military has put me in some very austere environments, so the fact that I do not have to take Navy showers is enough to get me to put up with whatever else Kenya has to offer with a smile. (For those of you who don’t know, a Navy shower lasts less than 3 minutes and involves cold water and ...