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... The political situation is not very good here, BBC is not allowed any more and Internet rather irregular also the electricity is a lot worse then last time. The office and this house place have a generator so I hardly notice the changes in electricity the generator is of course noisy. I am not going anywhere without asking if it is safe, in any case I am way to happy here to go wandering around.
My ticket for Uganda is for Wednesday 23/07, I ...
... from China but I'm not Chinese, I'm Canadian" -- and although in a different sense (ethnicity, not nationality) you are still Chinese, you will be understood. But if you try this in Malaysia ("My family came from China, but I'm not Chinese, I'm Malaysian"), the response may be "Of course you are Chinese, it's written on your identity card," and the implication might be: Chinese people belong in China, why don't you go back where you ...
... Burundi (BCB), but I see no bank. It must be a financing advertisement. I see two salons de coiffure, one is across the street from the other. Here there is another Jehovah's Witnesses hall. We see some more crude stands with people hanging out the front. Another big blue H sign as we get into RUGOMBO. We are only 15 km from the border with Rwanda. We see the Stade Rugombo on the right as we take the path away from the border. We see a sign for the national police of Burundi. We ...
... with the Lion of Judah painted on the side near the door. It was free seating, so we took aisle seats near the front and settled in to wait through the short hop to Bujumbura. I continued reading Theodore Rex, finishing all but the very last chapter.
We came straight in from the north and landed lightly in Bujumbura. We deplaned and walked to the small airport terminal, where Daniel who already has his visa, moved quickly through immigration while I, not having ...
... There were Asians. All of us were now in Bujumbura, and I imagine nobody was there for the same reason. Once the luggage came out, I grabbed it off of the conveyor belt and stood next to it like a guard. I watched as various bags and boxes came around the corner. People had wrapped and taped and strapped and locked their boxes and bags in so many ways. I thought about what little effort I put into wrapping or strapping the outside of my bag. I do use a small TSA lock, but if ...
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