Craig’s commentary…

    Today we had an exciting day! It was our 4th medical camp and we went to the neighboring island of Panglau where we treated the seafaring tribal group called the Bajau (sea gypsies).
    Dr. Ammie invited other local doctors to help us so we were able to treat over 500 people! It was a tremendous blessing. At one point we had about 7 pediatricians. Wow!
     We handed out lots of toys and candy and balloons. Afterwards, we visited the Bajau village on the water. We had to balance ourselves carefully on narrow planks and walk through a maze over the water to get to the church. It was absolutely amazing and almost indescribable! Definitely a highlight moment of the trip! Check out the pictures.

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