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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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... br> The next flight was the eventful one... I was sitting on the aisle next to Maddie and across the aisle was Emily. We tried to stay awake on the flight but it was so hard! I watched a couple movies, read the new book we had been given and journaled. The best part of the flight was looking out Emily's window and seeing the red sand below us that stretched on forever! You could see the sand dunes and a couple sand mountains but other than that it was just sky.
As the title might suggest it has been quite hot. Already after my second week here I got a little sick and for 3 days in a row the only thing I could do was to sit in a chair, sweat and drink a lot of water. The staff at the restaurant kept asking me if I was alright on which I responded that it was HOT. They didn't refrain from constantly reminding me that it was only going to get hotter until April and 'C'est chaud!' quickly became the running gag.
For the past few weeks ...
... through competitions for decoration etc., so we'll cross our fingers that they are successful.
Dance and music are omnipresent throughout the country, and their musical instruments are sometimes very creative - a lot of drums, of course... The ballafon (like a xellephon (sp?)) is significant.
Ok, this is only day 1, and I've already written too much, so - although this is only a week-long trip, I need to split it into two blogs. More to follow....
... dance moves, while a baby is strapped to their backs, fast asleep. Well, that is what we saw. So we retaliated, pulling out the most corny Western dance moves we could think of, like the 'hillbilly', the 'sprinkler', and the 'shopping cart'. When we left the party, Abdul grabbed Shaun and Zach's hands, symbolising they were now like his brothers. Amazing!!!
In Burkina Faso, not only were the locals friendly, but so were the crocodiles at Bazoule Crocodile park. At ...
... 8211; or brunch, really – for her. In „Jardin de l’amitiť“ again. Apart from one table, or rather two connected ones, where there was a large bunch of some ten or so French-speaking westerners, the restaurant was empty. The artisan shop inside the premises where they sold those handicraft items was open and while we were waiting for our meals, I used the opportunity to have a look. Poor guys who were selling stuff there must ...