Protea Hotel Kampala
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... 5th year medical students to do more in depth teaching regarding how to take a history and do a physical exam. On rounds we usually only see 6-8 of the 30+ patients on the wards, and then the residents see the rest throughout the day I guess (although not much seems to happen after 2 pm). Some of teaching targeting medical students was a little basic for me, although there were many things I learned regarding aspects of history taking that are very ...
... say, all good things must come to an end, and we had to plan our journey on to Nairobi.
GETTING MORE UNPOPULAR ON PUBLIC BUSES - We boarded a mini bus and as we headed out of Moshi, there was a tragic little individual, with tears in her eyes trying to catch her last glimpse of Kili, while playing Toto's Africa on replay again and again (Now I warned you it was tragic.) We changed buses in Arusha, and we were on the way to Nairobi. It was supposed to be a seven ...
... to the airport to leave there is security you drive up to. They make all passengers get out of the car except the driver, make us walk through a scanner and never check the inside of the vehicles! I can understand hightened security but that just not make sense. Your car is better scanned at the modern malls! Departures is upstairs but you can’t drive up there so we had to walk with 5 suitcases and 2 children up a ramp road. Then we ...
... was priceless. We had mama's crying, jumping, singing and even rolling around on the rugs in the rooms! We definitely had tears of joy also. Having their children enrolled frees up the mama's to attend our many life building courses that will help equip them to find work out in their community, while their child is getting the care and education they deserve. A lot of these families live on less than $1 a day, which is unbelievable to say the least. We feel so blessed to be ...
... 10. So that night we had a fire going and we spotted an animal lurking around the campsite. We just had our head lamps and there was no other light but we could see the beasts eyes light up. It did some loser laps around the campsite and we tried to go see what it was but couldn't really get close enough. It was about knee high and kind of looked like a cat. The words lion, hyena and impala (really Steve?!) were thrown out there but we're still not sure. The next morning we ...