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... about the scheduled 2:30 start time. We delayed services till all could eat the group meal.
We began services around 3:15 pm where we had the sermonette by Ken Maere and then the offering. Because of the delayed start we had postponed the offering till the afternoon. After special music by the feast choir I followed with the afternoon sermon on the peace in the millennium and we concluded about 5 pm. We went back to the hotel, and ate dinner. I ...
... the symptoms until these late stages. Other parents seem to bring their children in at every single sniffle! Your asking them the history of their happy looking smiley baby and they say he's been sneezing for 1 day - something's clearly don't differ here from home!!! The wards are manned by patient care assistants - armed with a thermometer and a sats probe! They have limited knowledge or training but are responsible for carrying out any monitoring you want done on the ...
... door. We spent the 2 hours shadowing the nurses and learning an overwhelming amount of information, it's certainly going to take a while to get to grips with everything! We headed home before going to socialise and get to know the group a bit more. Watching our first sunset over the lake was beautiful, we still can't believe we will be here for 6 months! We have the weekend off which is nice, before starting our official orientation on Monday. Who knows what the coming week will bring! ...
... of the religious ritual was spoken in Chewa, and the newly ordained priest (a Malawian) danced traditional dances.
We then explored the on site art gallery with the works of many of the artists that have trained at the Ngoni Cultural Center. We couldn't resist buying some of the work. Not only are the works beautiful, the money paid for the works go directly to the ...
... what appeared to be legitimate receipts. The drive north through Zim was beautiful - rolling hills greener by the kilometer. Fancy stores and restaurants in Harare as well as a lovely B&B awaiting us made the trip an easy journey. Something was wrong though. This is Africa. Other than the 400km detour to avoid hassles, this trip was going too smoothly. Time to exit Zim. Dave had been advised to get a police report with official-looking stamps and signatures (or forge your ...