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Thursday, June 26, 2008

A Room With a View

We are finally unpacked and settled. Already we have been here 2 weeks and it has flown by. We've had a lot of orientation to go through, LOTS of new crew to meet and just getting use to how things run, like at meal times, remembering to take that vital piece of tupperware to collect some food to eat in our cabin or remembering to catch the ship shop open in the middle of the day for any needed supplies.
Along with this, Nathanael and Sharon have been battling with severe colds and as we speak Tim is going down with it too! Nathanael was also prescribed the wrong dosage of Larium tablets in the UK and in his first 2 weeks he took twice the amount of an adult dose which has given us all many sleepless nights. Please pray that over the next 2 weeks as he stops taking them that his body will return to normal.
Meanwhile we thought we'd show you the view from our cabin as we have sat & enjoyed it whilst we've been getting better. With a dockside view there is always something going on.
- Down below there is the patient waiting area as they wait for their surgery or follow up appointments.
Next to that, Nathanael likes to point out all the "tractors" (landrovers) that drive past.
Tim's department load supplies by crane.
Recovery patients take a stroll and a breath of fresh air.
Ships come in and out, one just stays there at the bottom of the ocean!
And of course the city we are reaching, MONROVIA.

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