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... rinse her with a hydrogen peroxide
mouthwash first to prevent infection. But of course, H202 hurts like a *****
when there are a lot of bacteria present, so the poor girl was in a lot of pain
again. And this time it was so bad that she passed out. But she didn't wake up
for a really long time. Like, a REALLY long time. So we laid her back and I
inserted an IV and waited. I noticed that her feet and palms were really pale
... one morning and one afternoon. This allows better use of the existing buildings. There are two shifts of teachers as well. The students we met were beautiful - aware of the economic state of the country but doing their best to get an education, knowing that that is the way out of poverty. Students at the second school also showed us around and had also prepared two songs of welcome for us. I did a little bit ...
... someone told us we needed to get off. We then realised that our carriage had been shunted into a siding and we had to walk across the tracks to get to the platforms! We stayed on the station until it started to get light as we were a bit nervous of venturing out into the city in the dark. We then caught a tuk-tuk (motor bike taxi) to the port as we planned to catch the ferry straight to Zanzibar.
... turned team leader, and he says that Omary will go with me tomorrow. I know Omary from the adult English lessons but I didn't realise he worked for Art In Tanzania. I think he's just doing some work for them temporarily though.
When I come out of their office I see Sonja walking towards the stairs, I'm very happy to see her and wave. She says she's just come back and is locked out of her room as her roommate has taken the key out with her - she brings her bags up ...
... task to be completed. I read for a while and write up what's happened over the last couple of days briefly in the back of my diary so I'll remember what to write when I actually come to tackling the blog.Dinner is plantain today, it's nice, but I'm still missing home food.After dinner, Manuella packs for her weekend in Arusha, Emilie sleeps and Leah stays downstairs for her final evening.
It's been really hot today, which I have definitely not welcomed. It's been a good day though. ...