|A room with a view|
We’ve been impressed with the care and attention Ruth has received at the hospital; even the ward security guard (seemingly there to prevent patients escaping and not would-be thieves entering!) popped in twice a day to check on her progress! Not so welcome was the company of a rather large rat that popped its head through a broken ceiling tile one morning – yep, even in a sea-view room at a private hospital!
Anyway, Ruth’s ‘release’ means that we can now head off to Kenya. We’re booked to fly at 8.30pm this evening and will then spend Sunday & Monday in Nairobi before heading off to Machakos to join Africa Based Orientation – better late than never we hope! Our prayer is that we can now play catch-up effectively at ABO and that the treatment Ruth is on will continue to work its ‘thinning magic’ without any complications.
Thanks again for your support, encouragement and prayers - asante sana!
|Afternoon tea - apparently there's |
a jam shortage in Tanzania!
Sat 20th July: Fly to Kenya23rd July – 6th Aug: Machakos ABO
9th – 15th Aug: Language course in Nairobi
16th Aug: Fly to Dar es Salaam
17th Aug: Drive to Morogoro
24th Aug – 30th Nov: Intensive Swahili learning course in