Kabira Country Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... day, too beautiful to catch on camera. The children are all speaking English and one of the mamas can cook for me if I want. Around 6 or 9 children live in small houses with a mama girls of all ages and the same with the boys, not mixed togetherness. I have 5 huge pineapples in my kitchen and plenty in the fridge to eat, family of the director have arrived and I am invited again, very nice indeed. Electricity is as bad as Internet in spite of the sun panels, I boiled ...
... the part of the residents at Mulago made for a very different training atmosphere than I am accustom. I felt like I was more advanced than the medical students, but was not in a position to autonomously care for patients like the residents did (which shouldn't have been my role anyway). Sometimes my daily activities of collecting vitals, obtaining patient histories, and occasionally writing a note felt insignificant and I felt that at my level of training I should have ...
We set off about 30 minutes late from the hotel and dropped the medical team off in Matugga and the rest of us headed on to Bombo. The town is very spread out and has the look of a Wild West town. This is the area where Idi Amin had his base while he was in power in the 70s. The church is about 3/4 mile out of town in a lovely location. We arrived at about 11.30 and, don't ask me why, but the first thing Sarah-Beth and Janet wanted to do was to watch Herbert kill a chicken which ...
... met Cherry straight after the brief (she had yelled “ESSEEEEEEX” in that way that people tend to do when we introduced ourselves, she was very odd at the start but as we got to know her she turned out to be the funniest and most mad person in the world and says the most ridiculous things. She's obviously very intelligent but just says the most stupid things, I've started a separate blog called Cherrytainment.
Day 2- Nairobi to Lake ...
... and met up with them on a number of occasions. Tanya and Dean Griffioen were in their early thirties and had decided to quit their jobs and spend three years traveling the world on a motorbike. They had shipped their motorbike from Queensland to Johannesburg and were following a very similar route to us through Africa. We thought that they were crazy traveling all that way on a motorbike, and they thought that we were crazy using local transport. This is their story. ...