The Ranch Resort / Protea Hotel The Ranch
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... sunlight quickly abating it was time for the children to go home, much to their disappointment. Plenty more hugs and high fives, we said our goodbyes. Tell me one town in Australia where you would get a reception such as that. By our classifications these kids come from poor families, but talking to them you wouldn't know it. No Facebook, no iPhones, no Nintendos, computer games or fancy toys, yet these kids are some of the nicest and happiest kids ...
Patient 03 is a 25 year old male presenting with a suspected "poisoning". On general exam he is breathing very fast, foaming at the mouth, and only responding to pain. I helped undress him and his two shirts were completely soaked. As the physician was trying to get him to answer questions the only thing he could say was that he was cold. After throwing some blankets on him with a warmer he began to shiver less and verbalize more.
His uncle brought him ...
... game fun! We were on the edge of our chairs for every near goal... with a side view of their dancing and singing for every lag in the game.
Finally with only a few minutes left... we SCORE!!! 1-0! Not much time later...another! That pretty much secured the win and the crowd was absolutely amazing.
Call the same cabie, Lionel, to take us back to the flat.
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... from a patient. I guess as tourists it is sometimes forgotten here because we are, after all, tourists. "Casualty" is the name of the ER at the hospital (bit of a dismal name we all decided). They do have a space where an emergency helicopter flies in despite the size of the hospital. We each will do one week here. Annie and Lindsay will start. The Rethobile clinic is where family medicine and HIV/AIDS departments are located. There ...
... struggled that day in a car where although temperatures were already well into the 80s, the driver refused to keep any window so much as cracked. This seems to be a South African thing while you’re on the highway. So the freedom of the open window, the fresh air, and the vision of the beautiful Limpopo scenery the whole way home in the distance was one of those Simple Things in life that I was grateful for on that adventurous afternoon; a special break that I had not ...