Jangwani Seabreeze Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... survived either.
Also, I learned that every patient is tested for HIV when they enter the hospital (after getting consent). However, if a patient comes in unconscious or not in a sound mental state, they do it anyway. If it's positive, they have to ask the patient when he becomes conscious if he wants to be tested. If he does, you can tell him his results. If not, you have to strongly encourage him to ...
Sorry been awhile since I last updated on here, suppose it is a good thing that the reason is because I have been busy. Really can't believe that I have been here a month already, time has just sped past and I hope it will slow down soon as I don't want my time in Africa to end any time soon... So what have I been up too since last update? Well mainly been busy doing more administration work before the children arrive back at school this week. I have begun the task of designing ...
... fact, I saw another diabetic man's wound on his leg get cleaned by ridding it of yellow puss and dead tissue. Super gross!
We also had a Swahili lesson at which we learned the basics of the language we were immersed in. After the lesson, Christianne (from NYU) talked to Megan and I all about med school. I can already tell it's going to be awesome having her around!
Thought I would use this blog post to introduce you to my home ... I am living in Kurasini, Dar Es Salaam, Tanzania ( Kilwa road) on the Salvation Army compound called Mgulani. The compound houses The Salvation Army Territory Headquarters for the Tanzanian Territory, The Salvation Army Training College where they train people to be Salvation Army Officers ( ministers of the church) the local Corps (church), Matumaini special needs boarding ...
... is that the shower water is salty (probably sea water) and there is a bucket with fresh water to rinse oneself with. They have flush toilets and the rate is also reasonable at USD 10 pp. They have an arrangement whereby you can leave your vehicle at USD 5.00 per day when going with the ferry to Zanzibar. We are planning to visit Zanzibar for 2 or 3 days and arrange for a Tuk-Tuk to take us to the ferry for Zanzibar. The rate ...