LAICO Regency Hotel
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... first stop which was a giraffe park. Here we fed giraffes pellet type food from a platform. It was brilliant and you got really up close and personal with them, hugging and even "kissing"! This involved holding a pellet in your lips and letting the giraffe lick it away. Such a weird feeling, even weirder when I had to do it 5 times before Matt got a decent photo! Next stop was the Sheldrick elephant orphanage. Everyone piled into ...
... bus were constantly open because of the vibration. Whenever you closed it it opened itself again leaving me dusty from head to toe. I looked like I had been working in a construction side all day long. It was nasty. On the way we had to stop 8 times for passport controls. Again I felt really safe. We made a couple of quick stops in the Maasai country. They were selling stuff on their market. They were decorated beautifully with dozens of ...
I slept pretty terribly last night, having all kinds of wild dreams that kept waking me. So this morning felt like it came quickly.
Today I spent my time with the MPH students at Top Mark and the lesson was cancer. Yesterday they did a lesson on various diseases and wanted to expand upon the top cancers that are prevalent in Kenya for both men and women to discuss.
Most of the discussion was spent answering ...
... it was funny, but not that funny
since my body was still hurting. It hurts to laugh, going up the stairs is
painful, and I can’t walk very fast due the pain in my lower back and the blood
blister on the bottom of my foot. I’m not sure how I fell out of the window
anymore because I landed on my back, so I can’t really explain how I also have
a blood blister on my foot. It doesn’t help that the dirt roads are not very
... When we landed in Nairobi we walked off the plane using stairs that led right to the ground outside, instead of using a jet way. Stepping off of that thing and looking at it from the ground was overwhelming to me and to think that I was just on there for eight hours was even more crazy.
After getting our bags and going through customs we were met by our driver Paul. He will be taking us to our various placements and other sites during our stay. ...