Hyatt Regency Dar es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro
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Today was my first real full day in Mwananyamala's Minor Theatre, and I only felt faint a few times. Much improvement over yesterday! I figured out that if I bend over slightly while watching a procedure I could not only see better, but it also helped the blood flow to my brain.
Let's see, today I saw a few male catheters be inserted ( …
... I think, on a minuscule level, that I understand, on some level , what it is like to be an absolute minority. We saw no one like us for an entire day. This place is poor, poor, poor. Although we hadn't eaten since breakfast, it was ill advised to go out from our hovel of a hotel room. Dominoes, unfortunately, does not exist here. This is the first time we have felt truly unsafe.. We are four people to one double bed and everyone ...
... in the middle and lots of intricately carved furniture; chests and tables and armoirs, making sure there is no empty wall space. The many shuttered windows open on the one side to the alley and look right into the house across the way and on the other, into the courtyard. From the upstairs balustrade I could see Thom working away on his IPad so you really need to close the shutters if you want privacy.
Outside the ...
... Tanzanian shillings (1600 to the dollar). Into the humidity we ventured through crowds of colourfully dressed people.
We crammed into 2 taxis where Helen did a contortionist act to reach the back seat. We drove through potholed streets, traffic chaos, motor cycles, trucks, buses, bikes, vendors sheltering under tarps and trees. Rain was tumbling down. All was exotic, novel and exciting as ...
... would be voted to carry for 48 hours for the dumbest action or saying. Forgetting to carry the cup around with you EVERYWHERE in that 48 hours results in the penalty of chugging a beer, no matter the time or place. Well, on return from Zanzibar, I was voted that cup. Here's the story: We had a very early morning start to the city of Arusha, Tanzania the following day, so as I wished my friend good night, I said "See you bright and ...