Mediterraneo Hotel & Restaurant
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... hit you! One activity I have been using this week has been bubbles, children's love and fascination with bubbles is the same the world over! I love just watching their faces light up and smiles and laughter happen when I bring them out, fun times :-) We have 2 public holidays this week, just not sure yet (Sunday afternoon) when, all depends on the moon ... Maybe Mon/Tue or Tue/Wed Till next time Kwa heri from Dar Es ...
... survived either.
Also, I learned that every patient is tested for HIV when they enter the hospital (after getting consent). However, if a patient comes in unconscious or not in a sound mental state, they do it anyway. If it's positive, they have to ask the patient when he becomes conscious if he wants to be tested. If he does, you can tell him his results. If not, you have to strongly encourage him to ...
... their beach and facilities for Tsh 5,000 (around NZ$4) Was a lovely time to just chill and relax for a bit, not to mention enjoy the sun. On the trip there and back, got to see a lot more of the true Dar es Salaam and the poverty that abounds and typical life scenes. Sunday, after church we then went and did the lunch / grocery shop thing, so another day out, but was a fairly good traffic day. Monday was Saba Saba so a day off. Saba Saba Day celebrates (among other things) the ...
... were really excited to have two volunteers on board.
Today we learned about malaria, TB, and pneumonia. Many of the children in the pediatric ward had at least one of those sicknesses. Quite a few children, one as young as eleven months, had severe burns as well.
It was extremely sad to see all the babies and children cry. I think I'd be crying, too though if there was a herd ...
... so we passed on that and had a hot salad. This day seemed to never end when we finally arrived at Dar Es salaam the traffic was so bad. At one point there was a sea of humanity at a market with everywhere including the road median strip packed with people in the dark some selling their wares under candle light. Absolute pandemonium. Finally arrived at 8:30 pm: 16 hours after leaving this morning to put up our tent eat and collapse for a few hours before our next early ...