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 ( …
... The kids were young, but there were many people watching. Yay for football all around the world.
Once we returned we showered and just talked and hung out because it was dark. We made and drank more smoothies for dinner because we were still pretty full from the buffet. Then Nicole and I watched Bling Ring which made me angry, but it wasn't terrible. And that's about it. Another ...
... until they could arrange a water truck delivery!
Day 1 of Eating Our Way Around the Peninsula
Whilst Andy went to work Vicky took us on part one of the peninsula tour. The peninsula seems to be where the majority of expats live and seems to be a bit of a bubble but it's a safer more pleasant place to live than the city. Vicky said she never spent her time in the city and had been there less than a handful of times.
Our first stop was ...
The highlights of Tanzania were undoubtedly a 4 day excursion to the island of Zanzibar and a pricey but worthwhile visit to Ngorgoro Crater/Serengeti National Park.
Although it was optional, our entire truck participated in the Zanzibar trip. We spent the first day on an informative spice tour in Stone Town where we learned about all the spices that could be acquired from different parts of plants. Then we drove to the site of ...
... talking to my new roommate, Megan, about her first few days at the hospital and how her experience in Africa had been so far. She was around my age and also from the US, so I was definitely thankful to have her as a roommate. Luckily, she had only been by herself for a few days, so everything was still pretty fresh for her, too. After prepping me for what was in store the next few days, we finally went to sleep.
(NOTE: from here, I'm copying what I wrote in my journal daily)