Kailondo International Guest House

Old Road, Monrovia, Liberia | Hotel
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A travel blog entry by sbusby


... couples here to join them in Libassa...about 30 minutes away to stay overnight on Friday and then spend some of the day relaxing on Saturday. It was lovely! We all met up and had dinner together at the restaurant, played a game at the table and chatted. They are all so wonderful! I felt like I was with friends of my grandparents...they are so loving, funny, wise, kind, understanding...I loved being with them! We hung out at the beach with them, took pictures and talked. We ...

Guinea chimps and tantrums in Liberia

A travel blog entry by nickyloo


... to a room in the hotel so I could spend plenty of time scrubbing myself and was more than happy to pay far too much money to have my clothes washed, dried and ironed for me. The town was buzzing and hectic but had a nice feel to it. Guinea definitely feels poorer than the previous countries but the people are some of the friendliest and I’m looking forward to coming back on the next leg of my trip.

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Greetings from Monrovia

A travel blog entry by annsadventures


... poverty) who, with Emily Guegbeh Peal, set up the Foundation for Women Liberia, a program of FFW, to assist and empower by providing training, structure and small loans. This program began late in 2006.

Now here I am again, my 7th trip to Liberia, and am both delighted and a bit overwhelmed. Delighted to see those I have come to love, disappointed to see so little change for the people and overwhelmed with meetings – most of ...

The Genocide and Memorial Museum - Rwanda

A travel blog entry by annsadventures


... commend the Rwandan memorial museum for creating not only a memorial but an educational tool for all.

I will leave you with one quote:

“If you must remember, remember this…The Nazis did not kill six million Jews, nor the Interahamwe kill a million Tutsis, they killed one and then another, then another…Genocide is not a single act of murder, it is millions of acts of murder.”

---Stephen D. Smith, ED of Aegis ...

Christmastime on the Beach

A travel blog entry by sbusby


... with. One of the senior sisters told me that her children were worried about her and how she was going to spend Christmas and they were so comforted when she told them they were spending it with us. Everyone brought food to share, all the ladies sat at a table and the men sat at another...funny.
We had dinner, played a game, had dessert and sang Christmas carols. Then we sent everyone home. Our friend Krubo and Sister Hazeltine helped do dishes and the ...


This hotel, located on Old Road, Monrovia, is near The Plateau and National Museum of Abidjan.
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