Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Thermal Shock

We kept hearing from people about the heat of Juba. This is our first
night and it is very very hot. It is 1:30 am and 90 F. I slept from
about 10 pm until 1. Julia has been tossing all night. No covers.
Ceiling fan spinning wildly. Air not felt strongly through mosqueto
netting. Certainly no AC. I had a dull headach most likely from
needing more water. Lights out. Headlamp shining when needed in common
living area outside the room near the dining area. This is a time for

1 comment:

  1. I wonder if your bodies can acclimate to such extreme temps inside a month or if it'll be difficult to cope with the persistent heat day after day. Hang in there!