The Oyster Bay Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Adjoining Rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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... and mosques. After eating we wandered about in the oppresive heat, salivating at the untouchable local fruit that was surely hopping with Hepatitis A. We had a problem. We could buy the skin-on fruit, but had no way to cut it. We needed a knife. Where does one go to buy a knife in an unknown city? Well, you simply ask the pineapple vendor and crazily enough, he hands you his knife for $1.50. Problem solved. We walked away with our new knife ...
We were well fed and watered last night. Off to the international airport earlyish so we don't get caught in the traffic. One of the road options for this morning was complete gridlock yesterday when we saw it. We'll go another way today. There will be an update from Johannesburg. See you tomorrow. Regards ...
... very confused!! Steve goes to rescue the plate of food, commenting, "that was not at all how I imagined that would happen...." Shortly after, 3 of us girls got a henna tattoo from two ladies who were walking around selling them. Steve offered them the plate of food, and they were a little confused until we told them the story. They started ******* themselves laughing, apparently the dude is a well known local "crazy man" who has been on some odd drugs for a while and has ...
... it's written that the legal age for marriage is only 15. Now that seems bizarre, but that's how it's done.
As it turns out, that workshop lasted longer than I expected, and by the time I got back to the ward it was pretty slow so they sent me home. Kia, Christianne and myself got some food and then parted ways.
I packed up a lot of things and thought through my travel plan for Saturday, so that's making me really excited to get home!
... To see if the baby is fighting an infection, we felt the lymph nodes under his armpits. The lymph nodes were swollen in the baby we examined today, which signifies he was probably fighting an infection. Turns out the baby was having issues breastfeeding, so he was slightly malnourished and dehydrated. Dr. Josephine said to fix that by educating the mother on how to properly breastfeed and ...