Swiss Garden Hotel
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... to be seen and we were about five minutes away when we saw him trucking towards us. We were happy to see him, not so much because we are lazy, although we definitely are but because I was remembering the signs plastered around the campsite "inside camp=safe, outside camp=not safe", so it was a bit of a relief jumping in our much safer touristmobile. The majority of the afternoon and evening we spent lying on a ...
... they have all gone on Safari in the Kilimanjaro - Serengeti region. The pay back is I have to feed and look after their 2 birds! A pretty good deal I think. Last night I even cooked my first meal for a month lol ... While here I am also watching BoardChurch on DVD, which I purposely did not start watching before I left NZ as would have had to stop part way through. Watched 2 episodes last night and will do the same for the next few nights ... Till the next update ... Kwa heri ...
... ready to get home with her new baby.
Oh, and I suppose some of you might like to know that one doctor also did show me and the two other volunteers one mother's placenta and how it attaches to the fetus and mother. To me, this was grossly cool.
Then, I went home, packed up a little bit and went to the beach. Kia, Jasmine, Lawrence, and Christianne all came, too. What a peaceful afternoon!
Today was our medical outreach, was was at a local orphanage. We got there after a little confusion about where to meet and which dala dala to take, and we taught the kids how to properly brush their teeth. We handed out a bottle of water, a toothbrush, and a small tube of toothpaste to each ...
Woke up at 3am to leave for 4am to begin our 14+ hour journey to Dar El Salam. This was a lonnnnnng journey but with music playing, games and spending the majority of the journey again waving at locals, it soon went fast. The best bit was having to hold off a toilet stop for 6 hours whilst entering Dar El Salam and queuing in heaps of traffic in 30+ degrees because we were told basically if we get out we are likely to get ...