Hilton Garden Inn Minneapolis Eden Prairie
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... mode of transportation will be Zodiacs, inflated boats which will let us approach different ice formations and drop us off on ice packs where we will hike around and see the seals and penguins. There are hundreds of thousands of penguins located in Antarctica. The picture potential will be awesome. Now, about the rented boots..... Imagine 100,000 penguins huddled together with no indoor bathroom facilities. We are told the sight, sound and smell ...
... we couldn't try it ,but our WV guide said we should order it at the hotel in Choma - I don't think so. The child visits are always the highlights of the trip. You trade letters and look forward to receiving them, but seeing the child and his/her surroundings adds to the sponsored experience. Now when we get a letter, when we read it, it is like we are there. Knowing that Kelly loves to draw, we know how much slipping some paper and magic markers into her letter means to ...
... boy can leave home later and arrive on time for his first class; his grades have improved. Another boy said he now gets home early enough to ride his bike to market and sell some excess produce which helps the family income. If the family misuses the bike and it has to be repaired, they must pay a nominal amount for the repair. Linda went to a group which talked how they banded together to form a small company that would buy large quantities of cooking oil at ...
... paper, scissors, pencil sharpeners, etc and some soccer balls and pumps and jump ropes. As we left, the kids were still trying to blow bubbles; one little girl kept giggling whenever she was able to blow a bubble. The kids were fantastic. The kids love to have their picture taken and then demand to see it. Digital cameras are great! Ending a long, fruitful day, we started on our bumpy ride home. Tomorrow, we visit our sponsored child, Kelly and Jim and Jen's, ...
... have a toilet! The goal is to have all communities with toilet facilities by next year - a very aggressive program. After the briefing, we road out to Moyo, the trip took over two hours as a little over thirty miles was on incredibly poor dirt roads where we would sometimes go five mph. Our first stop was to see Chief Moyo who governs the entire area. We sat under a tree while he explained how he had tried to get WV to partner with him before they finally ...