Ol-Moran Tented Camp
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... in a small town for a bit. Experience that life. Maybe I choose to live in Canmore for a year. That would be pretty cool. I could maybe do that. Take the idea of not saying no, experiencing life differently, and extend it further into my life. I can't regret the things that I did do, only the chances I didn't take. When we got back from lunch we all sat around and watched football on tv. I was tired again. Why was I do tired? Maybe my ...
... 8217;t get really good pictures in the dark.
During dinner, the staff came and turned down our room and put up/sprayed the mosquito net around our bed. All in all, considering how much mosquito preparation and malaria medication we had to take for this trip, the bugs have not been that bad. Certainly not as bad as the Midwest. But then, I did do all that stuff so who knows what would have happened without it?
Tomorrow it’s off to Maasai Mara.
... water. We drifted past remains of buildings and lodges that also had been left underwater after the water level had risen dramatically over the last couple of years. A dart board in the bar entertained us for hours at night and the location of the bar provided a perfect place to relax and collect our thoughts.
After boringo it was time to head back to Nairobi for our flight to Malawi and our next adventure. We had to say goodbye to our friends and hit the road ...
... to another part of Africa sometime in the future and participate in volunteering again.
Today was our last day at the hospital participating in placement so we spent the day going to each department in the hospital. We started out in the pharmacy with Paul. Paul asked when the government would give us more money to return and volunteer again. I then had to explain that we have to pay our own way and it can be very expensive. That is the one ...
... street. Here in Kenya, an autopsy is required in all accidents resulting in death. The doctor was able to conclude from the injuries that she died from respitory failure and cardiac arrest due to an increase of inter-cranial pressure as the result from blunt force trauma to the head. The driver of the bus could be held criminally responsible in court for her death.
All in all, we had a pretty good day in both places and hope for a smooth workweek for the ...