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... video here) can be performed quickly by Dr. Flores with an almost identical success rate to the laser removal of cataracts in the United States. One of the missions of ZOE is to perform only high quality surgeries and provide high quality care but at a more cost effective rate. This type of cataract surgery can be performed with only $50 in consumable materials and fairly low fixed costs.
... got a taxi at 5am to go to the bus station. We went quite early as we were afraid that the place wouldn't be open for us to buy our tickets. When we got there, the place was mobbed! We stood in a queue that didn't seem to move and after awhile we realised that we wouldn't be getting on the bus. The bus came and left while we were in the queue so we decided to buy the ticket for the following morning. The thought of staying there for one more night didn't appeal to us but there was ...
... that I have had the pleasure of meeting and spending time with. Due to an unprecedented level of rainfall - that's what happens when you travel during the rainy season - my time in Tegus has largely been spent indoors - well I can blame the rain, but in truth I think it's slightly more to do with the fact that Tegus is a tad dangerous - i.e. you can't walk anywhere (in both daylight and at night) because of security ...
... our luggage and take it up some stairs to a large barn where we were to stand in a line. It was pretty chaotic because there were half a dozen boys all fighting to get to carry your bag for you and it was incredibly hot. We were then taken one by one into another room where our bags were opened and the guards or whoever they were, took a cursory glance inside. The bags were then loaded back on the bus, we hung around for another half hour then we got on our way. Completely ...
... showed me around the facility right away. Both loved to be pushed on the swing and Job loved to take pictures with my camera. Job eventually felt comfortable enough around me to call me his amigo and led me on a walk to his house. He introduced me to his tias (aunts) since he doesn’t have parents and showed me his room containing all of his worldly possessions. Even with the language barrier, I was able to become ...
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- Continental Breakfast
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