Protea Hotel Cairo Road
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- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Continental Breakfast
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... the camp. Large numbers of hippos in the river with crocodiles and sea eagles waiting patiently. We find some family groups of elephants some mothers have 4 or 5 calves with them. The youngest calf is just 2 weeks old. Along the river bank a pride of lions is snoozing not interested in hunting today. Then thanks to young eyes a leopard is spotted lying in the long grass, we were pretty much ignored except for a couple ...
... his wife. Those with the least confidence in English seem the shyest. Thankfully we have not frightened anyone here like we did poor Doris in Malawi! Broad, sincere smiles, a unique handshake, and slight bow convey love and respect.
Since it is rare to get a visitor from the U.S., I am expected to speak at every service. The video gave me a nice break yesterday, but today I am up for the sermon again - and happy to do so. Since we we doing translation for each sermon, ...
... Africa, the steward announces that after everyone is settled, he must 'spray' the plane. The fumigant, he says, has been declared safe to breath, but if you'd prefer to block your mouth, nose and eyes, now is the time to do so. We do. He opens the spray can and walks down the aisle from first class to our area to the the rear of the plane and forward to the front again before the stay runs out. I assume this spray is to kill any creepy craw lies that passengers may ...
... conditions/disease rates including diabetes, hypertension, obesity, and heart disease. Janine's Story: Today we said good bye to one David, his stories and experience will be greatly missed on the rest of the trip. The first portion of the day was spent playing Wizard with friends which felt great, I realized this is likely the first time I have truly relaxed during the day since arriving in Zambia. You will all be happy to know that my poor luck in Wizard continues in Zambia, ...
... the reluctance is based on four factors: 1. Labs are overcrowded and do not provide immediate results 2. Social phobia of the results - HIV positive 3. There is a cultural fear of hospitals - it is where sick people go, if you go to a hospital you are sick and may die. 4. Finances - lab tests are not free and travel to the lab may be from quite a distance and costly Further to these concerns is that HIV does not manifest symptoms right ...