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... to help people and even did their best to fulfil my requests to the best. I believe a school group would love to do the volunteering activity as they will be able to learn a lot while also being able to help endangered lions in their habitat to survive. They will get an up and close experience of lions and give their open hands to helping the lions.
Global Vision International are a wonderful ...
... up to some locals. They said, "Bags are ok. Avoid walking at night if you can, but if you do walk at night just make sure to walk in a group". Yep, sounds good to me. This seems pretty similar to every other city I've been or country I've traveled to. After discussing this, Molly and Akash would rather have Lionel pick us up than walk back to the flat after our late shift. I was all for walking and saving money on a cab, since there is three of us. We agreed to call ...
... admitted. While he was in the hospital his course progressed to lethargy and then seizures. On Thursday after seizing he was brought to Casualty to be intubated due to severe bradycardia (slow heart rate) and decreased respirations. This is when the girls first encountered this patient. Patient 22 then progressed to a non palpable pulse. They tried to resuscitate him but it was no use. This 5 month old died right in front of their eyes. The parents ...
... congregation were involved in the music, swaying back and forth. The music was so powerful and moving. I stood amazed at how well the church reverberated the sound! It took us a long time to actually find where the choir was. No accompanist, no microphones, just voices. It definitely made me miss all the classical songs we had sang at DMU. Afterwards, we were very happy to have taken the time to attend mass on the only Sunday we were ...
... things. My favorite was a yield sign with an image of a cow in the center with a caption of "no fences". We sure did see a lot of cows right next to the road even about to walk across. Mind you, the speed limit is 80-120 kmph. Apparently people run into cattle on the roads often. Nadine warned us to be careful when we see them. Cows and donkeys... yes... donkeys. Other interesting sites were the small towns along ...