The Rwanda ballet.
This is the medicine cabinet that serves a township of thousands.
An ancient hand-cranked centrifuge that is used to spin down blood for tests.
An abstinence program in Rwanda.
The youth of Saddleback discussing abstinence with the Rwandan youth.
Here is a gecko on the wall of my room in Kibuye - very cute...
I am with a few Rwandan children as we visit an HIV/AIDS clinic in the surrounding country.
A tragic and famous site for the killings - the stadium in Kibuye where Tutsi's were rounded up and killed en masse.
The genocide memorial - the bones of 50 individuals are placed in each casket.
The women of Rwanda are incredibly gracious and always colorful.
The Rwandan airport - amazing, isn't it? The Democratic Republic of Congo is in the background.
You've heard the myth - sex with a virgin/infant cures AIDS. Local billboard in Lusaka educating the public as to the TRUTH.
HIV/AIDS patient in PEPFAR hospital in Macha. For those in the medical field, what is your diagnosis? Answer : Kaposi's sarcoma - it infiltrated her entire nasopharanyx - this is post chemotherapy
Nurse Ron and Dr Anneke with HIV/AIDS patient in Macha.
An HIV/AIDS patient at the hospital in Macha - a PEPFAR funded ARV program.
Safari in Botswana - rare sighting of a female lion watching over the Cape Buffalo kill.
Safari in Botswana - we happened across this giraffe walking across the road on our way across the border back to Zambia.
Safari in Botswana - there were 250 elephants in the area. Needless to say, they became my favorite animal on this trip.
Safari in Botswana - Elephant herds are headed by the female. Teenage male elephants are typically at the back and eventually are kicked out of the herd to start their own families - I wonder if that would work with humans.
Safari in neighboring Botswana - I just missed this hippo yawning - a dentist's nightmare no doubt
Yea, that's me hanging over the edge.
Victoria Falls - one of the seven great wonders of the world - an amazing sight, indeed.
Typical Zambian scene - women here are the mainstay of manual labor, working the fields and taking care of their families.