Parklands Shade Hotel
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... in daylight and end after sundown. We are hoping to see a leopard. And our wish came true! We chased a leopard as she was hunting in the dark, with spotlights for 30 minutes, Liz got some awesome pictures. We also saw giraffes, wart hogs, gerenuks, lots of birds and let's not forget the dik diks (a little like our rabbits as they are everywhere). Dinner was served outside ...
... in Swahili to move the barrier and let us pass for a bottle of water.
We finally found a business park with a DHL, a grocery store, and an ATM. It seems James knew the grocery store had an alternative office to DHL. He checked DHL's rate for shipping 10 kilos to Idaho and we quickly made a deal with the office in the grocery store. They sold us a box, we packed it and they agreed to ship it. We also were able to replenish some personal items at the store ...
... her taps twice in the entire month, so many days were spent on the first floor filling up 20 liter canteens. She would get a chance to fill up 5 canteens at a time, which takes around 30 min, then wait around for her next turn. Once filled, she would haul it over her shoulder and take them up one by one to her 3rd story apartment. I helped her whenever I could, and I couldn't imagine this being her life. This water is necessary for everything though, laundry, cleaning, flushing ...
... br> THEN you have to get on a bus to go to an international terminal. Why, I don't know. At this point, we were numb. The bus probably held 50 people, but I would estimate 200 squished on there. The good part is you didn't have to worry about falling over if there was a bump. The sheer number of people would have held you up.
I don't know why I thought Passport Control would be easy after the day we had. I should have known. It was a very, very long line. ...
... for them a couple days ago.
At the hostpial we walked around and said our goodbyes to the individuas we wanted to recognize. I got teary over the big hugs from Paul and James. We really connected with several people over the past few weeks and knowing we may never meet again is hard.
After this we loaded the medical supplies into the medical superintendent’s office for a nice goodbye ceremony. They seemed very grateful for the donations and ...