Travel Blogs from Nairobi
I slept pretty terribly last night, having all kinds of wild dreams that kept waking me. So this morning felt like it came quickly.
Today I spent my time with the MPH students at Top Mark and the lesson was cancer. Yesterday they did a lesson on various diseases and wanted to expand upon the top cancers that are prevalent in Kenya for both men and women to discuss.
Most of the discussion was spent answering ...
... seen lions, giraffes, elephants and more. At times it got a little tense and scary how close we were but it was all in fun. We arrived back to the lodge and showered, had dinner, watched a Maasai dance and hyena feeding. The Maasai dance was awesome! We got to see their traditional warrior celebratory dance and hear them sing. I was tearing up because I really can't believe I am back here! I pinched myself ...
Today I woke up very sleepy,
tired, just wanted to stay in bed, but had to go to placement at Wema clinic to
work with the lab tech Joshua. Joshua is the lab tech who spoke about flying
toilets the last time I was there, he’s always full of laughter, and everything
is funny to him. When I told him about my escape from baboon, he almost dropped
on the floor laughing, he laughed even harder when I mentioned the part about
having to jump out of the window. ...
... broke with all of the handmade items they have here, it is truly incredible! Next week we will be heading to the markets where we will see many other handmade items that I can haggle and buy. I think haggling will be the best part. I want to get some really cool handmade animals and pictures.
Tomorrow we are going to Lake Nakuru. I am very excited to see some flamingos and other animals that will be there. This weekend was our ...
... and 1 or 2 more on Saturday. I can’t keep track. I think 2 for a total of 6. Definitely a record for me.
But I got some good experience, I think. I was able to attempt an intubation and did a paracentesis, and I felt more comfortable with everything. The code was awkward because nobody had bothered to grab the defibrillator so it wasn’t available when he went into ventricular fibrillation. They didn’t ...
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility