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- Refrigerator in room
- Non-smoking rooms
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... am seen as being a med student or a magician. However flattering they are thinking I am more educated than I actually am, my usual response to questions they have is "I'll ask Pam." Pam is the nurse running this joint ps if you are unaware. I miss home but am almost one month in on this crazy adventure! Time flies when you're having fun and sleeping a lot!
Until we virtually meet again. All the love and happy ...
... the ground with their feet as they come down. They are all young and everybody is smioing and having a good time, they are notbtaking this too seriously, and it well like this. Women and girls have gathered around as well and looking, laughing and pointing at the young men.
When the dancing and singing was finished the ladies had unpacked all their bracelets, earings, neckkace and handicraft and you know, I had to do a little bit of shopping, with ...
... a small lake called hippo pool that have several hippos in it. Since we went during the late afternoon, the hippos were underwater to cool themselves. We did see them coming up for air though! Hippos come out of water in the early morning to eat grass and vegetables. They have awful eyesight so they poop every several meters so that they can smell their way back to the pool. We did see a hippo skeleton which means that that hippo didn't poop well or didn't smell ...
... left many years ago leaving Doreena to support her daughter with one meal a day by cooking and selling cassava (a root vegetable) on the side of the street. Following our sponsorship the pre school that Glory now attends has permitted Doreena to sell her cooked cassava within the school grounds, taking her off the dirty and dusty streets and enabling her to become more involved in the school community.
Glory had no hope of any form of education before ...
... her feet holding her baby and escorted to labour ward to cut the cord and deliver the placenta. There was no need to shovel dirt over birth scene as there was barely any mess left this time.
Recount: So, we don’t do so many inductions of labour here in our Dareda labour ward [picture doing an induction with no IV pump, no CTG and no pain relief] and after two months of conducting all normal deliveries, when Tanya had to do an oxytocin induction, it brought ...