Jangwani Seabreeze Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Swimming pool
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... morning??!! This s**t is just crazy. Tired from both the mental Olympics of going back and forth with a limited English speaking Precision Air agent and physical heat of walking back and forth between the offices and ATM's for cash money for the new ticket, we took a load off and had some delicious hummus.
Dar es Salaam has very strong Indian and Middle Eastern influences as a result of its prime port location. Many many ...
... to the sea, enjoying the warmth that had been missing the last couple of days. There was also a crazy moon after sunset that we spent a long time gazing at. Robert didn't fancy cooking dinner so instead got us a takeaway of barbecued chicken and chips which was seriously tasty. After dinner we got back in our old routine of tent construction and camping fun and got ourselves ready for the road with an alarm set for ...
Well today I had one of the best breakfasts of the entire trip. Let me tell you, it was chapati, Nutella, banana, chocolate cereal, and tea. What a start to the day!
At the hospital, I started my last rotation: internal medicine. Actually, firstly I went to a Projects Abroad workshop on medical ethics. All of the information seemed pretty obvious to me, but I did learn that the legal age for informed consent and whatnot is 18, but in ...
... standing around me and talking about me and poking me. Poor kiddos. And no privacy either!
I got to learn how to admit a patient and how to do a physical examination of a baby to check for dehydration or malnutrition. You start with the top of the head and feel for the indent, check for paleness in the eyes, pinch the skin to see how elastic it is, and then the bottoms of the feet ...
So yet another week has passed by .... I have now been in Dar for 2 1/2 weeks and totally feel settled and at at home. I have had a good week doing a variety of different admin jobs from testing computers, teaching computers to staff ( starting at the very basics of turning on and shutting down), making up a sponsorship data base ( so they don't have to look up 4 different list all the time!, putting my drawing skills to the test and even wrapping up a pass the ...