Grand Hotel And Suites
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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God willing, we will arrive in Mwanza on Tuesday after a couple grueling days of travel. We'll be spending the next nine days learning how to exchange greetings in Swahili, delving into theories of cultural adaptation and language learning, tutoring and entertaining the orphans at Tumaini, attending worship services in a variety of settings, and visiting in ...
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... out the window, hand on the glass as if trying to reach right through, so engrossed that all I could do was whisper 'oi..' as I tapped on the glass, before finally remembering I was meant to be looking at the road ahead driving. Add in the fact that we were first blinded by the sun, seeing only a silhouette, right before the full temple came into view and that for some unknown reason (because Margaux had my ipod and because well.. what ...