Quality Inn & Suites Downtown
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This is going to be a pretty short entry as we knew it was going to be super-hot today, so we planned it in as a lazy day. I had breakfast in bed watching Once Upon a Time, then went and sat in the sun with Hayley for a bit. We decided it was time to go find the pool on the complex so all four of us went out and found it. It's a two minute walk from the house and since it was a Monday morning no one else was there.
We lounged by the pool for a ...
... looking guy walked toward me from about a block away and told me that no dogs were allowed on the road and that I had to take Nibs back to the motor home. It was only OK to stand outside with him as long as I stayed right beside the motor home door. He said that the office would be registering us into the "pet area" of the park. That left a bit of a bad taste in my mouth, ...
... the Desert Ridge Marketplace which had a mall with shops, restaurants, and places like Dave and Busters, also had a movie theater and kohls and target. I got food for breakfast and lunch to put in the fridge of our hotel room. It was a lot cheaper than to buy meal tickets for me. Each day, for the guests and families of the conference attendees, there is a special activity to do. Today we made wind chimes, kinda cool. Tomorrow we ...
... them on. After the movie was done, we dropped off our glasses & moved into a smaller room where there were chrysalises of different butterflies. Unfortunately this room was now heaving with people because everyone was just in the movie theater. The workers tried to explain instructions of how to deal with the butterflies in the next room but it didn't go smoothly. Eventually they let some people into a transfer room where they gave ...
... up. This was a very iffy situation but you make do with it. The bush camps i.e. QE Bush Lodge and Nkuringo Gorilla Camp use generators because they have no access to electricity otherwise.
Nkuringo is a carbon neutral camp, focus is on being environmentally friendly, so they collect water and use solar energy for many things. Large batteries are charged up and placed in the rooms so you have access to lights all night.