Baymont Inn & Suites Eden Prairie/Minneapolis
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... to be the roughest water in the world. The vessel we will be on is National Geographic's Explorer which is a 148 passenger icebreaker. We will be traveling with our good friends from Wisconsin, Bob and Kathy Lindsten whom we have traveled with many times before. By treaty, Antarctica is not owned by any nation; only research stations from over fifteen nations have permanent structures there - there are no cities - no shopping for Linda and Kathy. ...
... get a smile from Matness. After pictures and hugs, we got ready to leave, but the family had prepared a meal for us. It is strict WV policy that visitors do not eat or drink anything in villages, so our interpreter made some explanation to the family; our Moyo WV personnel had no such restrictions, so they had the meal. It was chicken (which looked very good) and Nshimba which looks like mashed potatoes, but is very dry. One is supposed to eat it with their fingers. Sort ...
... had provided 300 bicycles to Moyo. The bikes were distributed to families located farthest from the school, usually one per family. We met with the guy in charge of the program and eight students that had the bikes. Their stories were interesting. One boy lived over ten miles from the school and started walking at 3:00AM, sometimes missing his first class. At end of year test time, students arriving late still had to finish the test as if they were there on time. ...
... time in their lives! Big eyes, laughter, etc We then went around and let each kid try to blow bubbles. There were hoots of laughter as one of their classmates struck out the first few tries. Coaxing the shy ones to try it was a challenge, but I think eventually everyone blew at least one bubble. We then had them line up and gave each a colored pencil, and, being kids, they immediately began trading colors. Finally, we presented the teachers with school ...
... and cause of death, so "water is the key to good health". WV has concentrated on getting safe water to the inhabitants of Moyo so that they could begin to teach proper hygiene. WV began an extensive drilling program and combined it with networks that brought water into communities; so far, they have water into twenty-five communities (a community is a grouping within a short distance that share common facilities). This means for the first time, ...