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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... drivers keep their windows rolled down so that they can shout to their neighbors in swahili for traffic updates.
As you've probably already surmised, Nairobi has an incredibly high population density. There are 4 million people that live in the city alone, and with that said, my first impression of the city, embarrassingly enough, was that this would be an awful place to be during the ...
This morning was a beautiful morning, when I woke up and looked outside it was cloudy, by the time I left it was clear and cool! What a perfect morning! When I got to work we did a devotion, they have been studying Nehemiah, which I've never read before so it's been interesting! Then I started my day, I checked some issues that I left in Friday, and then went into the OR to watch a surgery. I ended up helping with the OR computers, more than watching today, but I got ...
... up getting antibiotics and cream from a chemist next door to the hotel - what a wasted afternoon.
We had a briefing at 6pm and met our new group members Florian and Lucy from Switzerland, Amelia and Kunal from USA, Lars from Denmark and Wootae from South Korea. We also got a new driver - Dan! Absolute cracker of a man - so bonkers but hilarious!!!
We had dinner at the hotel - always an interesting and lengthy process and then called it a ...
... holding on to the pellet to keep her near me. First time in Africa, bitten by a penguin. Second time, a giraffe. I can only imagine what I’ll be bit by next. The woman who worked at the giraffe center also gave us a brief lecture about them. Some things I learned about giraffes: there are several different kinds of them, and the ones that we saw were called Rothschild giraffes, which can be distinguished by their white socks. Also, ...
... counseling and recreation.
We walked back to the library but on the way saw the proposed site for the new library compound that will house an art school, a music school, IT center and job training offices as well as the library itself. Pastor Peter has donated his land inheritance to the project and has chosen to name it the Dr. John Stanko Library. That is pretty cool stuff.
The we proceeded up the hill to see the widows. What a site it ...