New Beginnings

Sawubona! That's Zulu for "hello!" The first week-ish has been a blur and a half. I'm feeling a bit less jetlagged, which has been nice, because now I actually want to interact with humans and see things instead of just nap and watch re-runs of The Big Bang Theory on my computer. My stomach still isn't really on board with this new schedule yet though and I keep waking up from hunger pangs at 3am like clockwork. C'mon, body, get with the picture. Don't you want to be able to enjoy delicious treats like avo sandwiches (pictured below) at the appropriate time?
I'm staying in a cute little place on a very steep hill and if I walk to work, it's basically a 20 minute climb. I probably won't be making the trek too often, but the view down the hill (pictured below) is killer. Maybe I should's definitely good exercise.
I'm working mainly in clinics in the townships on the outskirts of the main city. The drive there is super scenic too (pictured below). You're probably going to get sick of me telling you how pretty I think Durban is in every synonym I can find by the end of this trip. This was a lot of words and not a ton of pictures, but eventually, I promise a ton of pictures. I do.

Until next time, hambani kahle!


  1. woohoo! This is so exciting. I can't wait to hear more about this big new adventure of yours.

  2. It sounds so amazing. And so exciting. I am sure your body will adjust to a regular eating schedule soon.


  3. Oohh what an adventurous time! Where is this at?

    Please check out some of my looks on!!

  4. mugdha, i'm so excited for you. what an adventure! glad it's pretty there. i DO like avocado sandwiches. :)

  5. Tell us more about South African food!

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