Hotel Club du Lac Tanganyika
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We have been on the go for several days and I've been too exhausted to write but there is so much I have wanted to share with you and felt I'll skip a few days and write about Burundi.
Burundi is the poorest country in Africa and nothing could have prepared for the sights,smells and sounds of the poor like I've …
This morning when I entered the dining room there were 3 new members at the table. Two were Batwa representatives and local leaders in the community and another was the interpreter. The Batwa people used to be forest people in Burundi and Rwanda. Today due to the deforestation for agricultural land the Batwa are forced to move to towns and change …
The day's work is almost done. We left at 07:30 this morning, and I was not surprised but not pleased either to see Edison in the car. He just invited himself into "our car" and wouldn’t take “no” for an answer. We stopped about halfway through Cibitoke province at a village named Ruhagarika, just off the blacktop, to say “ …
Today was a pretty tiring day. Mo´se and Mr. Mundeli arrived at 7:30 and Edison arrived then too. We all drove over to the meeting room we had rented (for about $8) in the center of Bujumbura. The room was packed with people, there was hardly any room to move to the front of the room where chairs were placed for us. I again asked Mr. Mundeli to sit …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Club du Lac Tanganyika Bujumbura
This hotel is very nice but outside the gate is a very poor unsafe street. It was hard to take in the hotel and know how poor the rest of Burundi is. The beds are good and firm, the food was tasty and the breakfast was a very large buffet.
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.