Jangwani Seabreeze Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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Up at 5 for breakfast, make and pack lunch ( I also packed most of my breakfast lol) then on the road at 5-30 for the 9 hour drive to Dar Es Salaam! By the end of the incredibly windy road down the mountain (all in the dark!) I was feeling very queasy indeed. Had a couple of stops along the way ( one non planned when I asked how long till the next toilet stop and was told 4 hours! So I requested a bush toilet stop, as there was no way I could have lasted for ...
... sporting options. (can you tell I've been producing a brochure on the school? LOL ) So now the more day to day detailed side ... The School day is broken up into 2 sections, the first going from 7-30am till 2 pm is for school lessons and then from 2-4pm we run an after school programme. This is an area that I will be heavily involved in , especially introducing craft activities and games, this will also be an area I'll be using a lot ...
... get cleaned and bandaged. And, I saw one male catheter get put in through his lower abdomen, so that was different. I also saw a few C-section stitches get removed.
In the afternoon, an outpatient doctor came in and I got to shadow and help him directly because for whatever reason, there weren't any nurses in minor anymore. The doctor worked on a man who had a swollen left index finger. First, he used iodine to ...
... to sleep for another hour, before awakening at 5-30 am and couldn't return to sleep. Once I got up, I unpacked my bags and arranged my hut a bit before having lunch at my friends house and going to pick the children up from school and going to a treat of going to the movies (we almost didn't make it due to the Dar traffic, and the great traffic jams but thank goodness for previews we got there before it started!) ... After the movie I then ...
... E eu? Eu de chinelo, pés barrentos e nojentos, exausta tentando achar algo interessante como se encontra perdido no meio da pobreza do centro de São Paulo uma bela Catedral da Sé, nosso lindo Teatro Municipal e pontos interessantíssimos que contam parte da nossa história. Só via prédios caindo aos pedaços, pobreza e sujeira pra todo lado. E aquele guia infeliz achando que estava fazendo um bom trabalho. Nos deixou correndo no porto pra pegarmos uma balsa e ...