Rivertrees Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... not either gone home or been held hostage by some Muslim militia. They wanted to go back to the Indian BBQ that destroyed my mouth and my soul all those weeks back. But I want pizza I cried! I cried a lot. I hadn't had pizza in so long I was starting to construct various topping combos in my dreams. I'd even eat a margarita. Thankfully my prayers were answered as Jimmy Johnson was at a pizza place. What a winner, I get to see the coolest Indian ...
I LOVE the Masai markets. It is the place to go to work on your bartering skills. I can thank dad for the love of this. I can't get enough. The only part that's tiring is when your walking through the stalls and they all call you in. "Please come and look. Step in step in, to look is free. Please my darling support me, in some small ...
... town to have another delicious street/caravan burger mmmmm. Then we went and sat by the pool all afternoon. It was abit overcast and the pool here is freezing so we just sort of relaxed and didn't actually go in. Instead I finished my behemoth of a book: Mandella: Long Walk to Freedom. It was a long walk but in the end he got there. A good book I recommend it. Tonight was a quiet night. Time to catch up on sleep ...
... to get around here as there are no addresses! People use landmarks to get everywhere. Fortunately between us we knew enough landmarks to get to the hospital successfully but it was definitely a challenge! Upon arrival at Levolosi I met the man whose severe foot wound I had cleaned and re-dressed on Monday. He seemed pleased to see me and I again cleaned the wound with gauze and an antibacterial wash. I then applied the metronidazole gel that he had ...
... the usual paracetamol or aspirin, but prescribing complex antiretroviral drugs. Dr Kiwelu then went to do a few things, leaving us with another doctor to see more patients. Wednesday was much the same as Monday doing ward round until about 2. Thursday we went back to CTC clinic, where Kiwelu left us after a while with the nurse to translate our questions while we prescribed the antiretrovirals and filled out the ...