Shumba Valley Lodge
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... are patients everywhere. It's frustrating to finish an 8-hour shift, getting through patients as fast as humanly possible (given everything I do has to be countersigned and discussed, and the Doctors are flat-out, it is not a quick process!), and have the department busier than it was when I started. Speaking of the Doctors, they're absolutely phenomenal. Some of the most skilled, knowledgeable and kind clinicians I've ever had the opportunity to learn from. I come home every ...
... at breakfast, just enjoying our conversation together, and spend a lovely long morning together this way, before we are picked up at 11:30 to return to the Jburg airport for our flight to Addis Ababa.
We are a bit surprised to see the huge plane we will be flying on this afternoon -- it is a 787 Dreamliner, which is ...
... causing financial hardship for the school – the principal and some of the 7 teachers have not been getting paid regularly.
The school had serious issues with its bathrooms – no doors on bathroom stalls; no hot water; no toilet paper, soap, or hand dryers. The floors and walls needed to be re-tiled, lighting repaired, and the ceiling in the kitchen caved in and had to be replaced. ...
... us to typical place as we demanded but maybe it was too much for us counting that Tereza was not feeling well and the kids still have a delicate stomach, anyway we were at the place where he goes every sunday and I was willing to try the barbacue of the "corner grill" (you couldn't call that a restaurant), the meat which was stores in plastic boxes looked terrible...there were around 30 degrees...so I ask for the menu and they had kidneys, hearts, livers, ...
... the street. We left about the same time the bus of 20 tourists from Baltimore, Maryland left so Peter asked their driver if it was OK to follow him to their next stop which was the Hector Pieterson Memorial Site and he kindly agreed. Their white South African Tour Guide told us we could listen to her speak. It was the iconic photo of 13- year old Hector Pieterson that went viral in 1976, when he was shot and killed by the ...