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Okay so. These last few days have been crazy (today is Sunday) and I haven't had time to write in my journal. So I'll try to remember what's been happening this weekend.
On Friday ("today"), Megan and I went to the hospital and enjoyed Megan's totally last day at the hospital and my first day in the labor ward. I tagged along with Kia, …
Another boring flight to Dar Es Salaam, easy entry and a good night's sleep before catching the morning ferry to Zanzibar, which is an adventure all it's own. Arriving at the ferry docks we're sucked into a crowd of shouting, pushing people trying to sell things, carry your bags, push you into a taxi. What a relief to get onto the boat for the quiet two hour ride to the island. Then we go through the whole procedure all over ...
Apologies again for the delay in posting, my vertigo is finally beginning to clear and I'm feeling a lot better.
I am now in Tanzania after a lovely three days in Stockholm. Although it was a short visit, I had a great time catching up with my family and it was so nice to see them all. Nonetheless, I’m glad to be out of the cold and dark!!
I flew to Dar (es Salaam) on Saturday, with a 7 hour stopover in Doha. Doha was nice but with ...
... welcome assembly for the students (all 2 hours of it!) were I was welcomed to the school and had to speak, was a bit nerve racking as was the first time I spoke Swahili in a public setting! ( the very little I do know) ... While I love helping to teach the children during the school day, I especially love just hanging out with them and giving them my time and attention after school (sometimes all these children need) ...
Happy Wednesday! Today I was back in the neonatal ward and got to do rounds in the neonatal ICU. I learned that the babies in the NICU have trouble breathing or need some kind of IV fluids, so that answered one of my earlier questions. If the babies don't cry right after being born, many times they end up in the NICU. If they still are having problems breathing, the newborns get put on oxygen. I got to see a few babies ...