africa via instagram
I figured that the easiest way to start sharing my experience would be to share all the photos I posted on Instagram. If you don't follow me on Instagram, you won't have seen these. I think this provides a pretty good snapshot (no pun intended!) of daily life and some side adventures.
The only dog I have ever met who I was not able to make friends with. Apparently she doesn't like white people or English (although I tried speaking French to her and it did not change anything).
Daily bottles of Fanta after clinic in the morning. I'm not a huge soda drinker, but something cold and sugary after working for four hours in 95+ degrees was a life saver.
Labor bed, baby warmer, and Pharmacy at the Protestant hospital complex.
The gardens, kiddos, and post-rain sky at Lombilla school
Our French and Moorè phrases cheat sheets...
Our adventure in Nazinga Wildlife Park
Our collection of empty water bottles!
John counting/dividing up the money we exchanged (somewhere I have a similar photo of him with US dollars)
The info sheets of all the patients we saw (grand total just over 1,000)