Hotel Club du Lac Tanganyika
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... this shelter was used for... but I didn't want to think too hard about that. Clothes changed, Nathan and I went back across the log bridge again and found that Mr. Meeker and Moise had another issue. A man washing off his bike apparently had shown a bad attitude toward us as a group. So, he was asked to leave, and it took a few minutes for him to go. After that we had the all clear! Mr. Meeker performed the opening part of the baptism ceremony and gave a prayer asking God to bless ...
... snake exhibit. It was strange to have all these very poisonous snakes in one building. We were separated from death by a thin sheet of glass or thin wire mesh. Wait, did someone leave the lid off of that terrarium? Now that I think back about it, I see a great value in gathering those snakes together in this area. Imagine coming upon a snake in the jungle and not knowing what type it is or how it is going to respond... This puts you at a great disadvantage. However, if you ...
... give terrible rates or are broken, Ryan took us on a field trip to his bank, where after some magic with our credit card, an hour and a half, and a $12 hidden fee, we were finally given $300 cash in US dollars. Only then were we able to get the "ok" black market rate at a nearby foreign exchange shop. With money in our hands Ryan and Sarah dropped us off downtown to get a feel for the city and people. Like every new country we visit, it took a few minutes to get used ...
... guys had said their dream was to eat at a restaurant like this one day and their dream had come true. How crazy it was for me to hear that. When in America we eat at these restaurants frequently, sometimes more than once a day. Anyway, we ordered our food and got to talk more with the teachers. We had a large party and we were separated by the length in the table so the ones closest to me were Jean Claude, Del Phin, Alexandre, David and Christoph. We had ...
Tuesday, February 25, 2014 Where do I even begin? My heart is breaking, not because I pity those who I have met, not because they have far less material items than me, but because I am envious of them. I am envious of the joy they bring to each day. I am envious of the way they love each other and I am envious of the way they love God. "God, break me. Make me come to you so open heartedly, so full of life and hungry for you." I know I came here to help the children, which I ...
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- 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.
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