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... the first time, will stay with me forever. It has now been arranged for Sainey’s mother to visit the school so she too can also see and talk with her son. I cannot wait to see Sainey’s face when he hears his mother’s voice for the first time; you will be updated.
During the past week, I have been invited to visit the home of Sally. She is an eleven-year-old village girl who stays on the compound when Debbie is in residence. Not only is she a very ...
... Bissau, the capital of Guinea-Bissau, our stay was in the quaint Ta-Mar hotel just off the wharf where the local market was set up. Love the colour and variety of those markets! Everyone within a 100 km radius must have been there. I don't think I've ever seen so many fish stands or such a variety of goods - from bike repair shops to shoe sales counters, to fruits and vegetables, to baguette sellers, to anything you can imagine - it is all sold on the street.
... a combo of nurses and soldiers. Being some of
the only whites resident in Banjul (almost all are on the coast) we
stand out a bit.
The hospital is interesting, nothing as bad as we had been led to expect, and we're getting used to the African pace of medicine. If it weren't for the heat I'd say glacial.
Anna and I are based on the male internal medicine ward, while Kev and Lauren are in the Paediatric unit. We haven't had ...
... hotter in than outside, with monkeys running across the lawns from the nearby monkey park! We took a stroll down the beach, accompanied by endless Gambians wanting to sell us stuff or become our friend so we'll take a tour with them. There's security with the villas who keep them away when you're by the villas. Dinner overlooking the beach as the sun set was ...
... well. Service slower and not as friendly as in Najul and Bakau. Food prices in hotel for pool snack seemed resonable. We had a spag bol and water there, which were a bot more than on the strip, but nothing major.
Grounds are very, very good, you can see monkeys, vultures, hornbills etc. Two pools, one near reception and the busier one near the beach. This was far warmer than the other pools we went too and we spent a fair amount of time here. ...