Hyatt Regency Dar es Salaam, The Kilimanjaro
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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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 ( …
... so will appreciated all your prayers and positive thoughts that they will let me extend as I am in NO means ready to have to come home yet! ... The one positive ( a part from that I get to stay in this awesome place) is that I have to leave the country, so next week I go to Kenya for 2 days and then go on a safari back into Tanzania, visiting Serengeti,and then driving down the country to Zanzibar and back to Dar! I am just a little bit excited about ...
... welcome assembly for the students (all 2 hours of it!) were I was welcomed to the school and had to speak, was a bit nerve racking as was the first time I spoke Swahili in a public setting! ( the very little I do know) ... While I love helping to teach the children during the school day, I especially love just hanging out with them and giving them my time and attention after school (sometimes all these children need) ...
On my last full day at the hospital, I really didn't do a whole lot. I participated in rounds, again seeing many of people with severe malaria and one man with what was either an asthma attack or pneumonia. Poor guy.
Then, I collected my final documents from Dr. Wandi and headed home. My last dala dala ride was one of the longest, but I really didn't mind. At home, I packed, ate lunch, then got ready for dinner. I met ...
... home, but as for the
adventures…it ends here, folks. Africa has been nothing but wonderful to me. I
accomplished all of my goals on my list (except Kilimanjaro…that will be a
different adventure), I furthered my career in dentistry, I saw new parts of
the world, I met new people of the world, I relaxed in paradise, and got to see
some of the most exotic animals on the planet. I have packed a lifetime in to