Peacock Hotel City Centre
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... start tomorrow but looking forward to getting to Zanzibar now. Andrea got hold of me tonight, she has noticed that I can't take my eyes off Jess. Her lawyers eyes were spot on because I really can't. Everything about her interests me, apart from the fact that she is the prettiest girl I've ever seen, she is just so nice and caring, she goes crazy for cats even the scrawny ones, this bodes well for me hopefully if she likes the dodgier looking things in ...
... and washing myself in the sink. So Bill tells her to give him the key to another room, we will go take a shower there and then we will return the key to her. She grumbled, but did it.
And to really make this a memorable stay, when I went to wash my hands in the upstairs bathroom sink, brown water came spurting out of the faucet and sprayed all over me. Did I mention we’re so ready to go home?!
And so our trek home begins. ...
... there, lots of tourists but also lots of locals as it's Ramadan. There was one guy who was walking up and down and occasionally eating scraps out of a bin in front of where we were sitting, so this guy in our group, Steve, decides to go and buy him a plate of food. The next time the guy walks past, Steve rather nervously goes up to him and gives him the plate. The guy says thanks and takes it, then delicately puts it on the top of the pile of plates in the bin then walks off. We ...
... placed on it with the mothers sitting/sleeping on the hard floor. I did rounds in the "healthy baby" half of the room, but the other half was for premature babies, and the "NICU" was a room with like nine or ten cradles that the newborns with more serious problems were kept in. No monitors or anything though, so if a baby were to crash, someone had better be there to notice. Overall, I really did enjoy my time in the hospital today.
... ministries meeting ... All singing is in Swahili as is praying but everything else is translated so I did understand about 90 % of what was happening ... I must say though I have never danced in church holding crockery and I still can't really tell you why I was lol ... I had to stand up and introduce my self to the congregation and be welcomed with loud cheering, whooping and clapping to the Mgulani Corps ... At the end of the service (2 1/2 hours later) the ...