Hotel Le Bougainviller
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... one day we went to KFC and yes there is one here at the mall. It is actually way nicer than any KFC I have ever been into in North America and the chicken is really good. Prossie loves KFC so we took some left overs home to her. They have a sink right in there for you to wash your hands with a sign above it saying “do not spit”! Rachel went to the counter to ask for a fork and the girl pointed at the ad and said “they did ...
... are too poorly to come to the clinic. They also contribute to sustainability and they generate income by providing teaching for medical students and they run various courses for other health care providers around Africa. Rach has been involved with seeing patients in the clinic (the ones who speak some English!) and accompanying teams on the home visits. The staff seem really friendly and engaged. Oh, and they provide free lunch for ...
... 10. So that night we had a fire going and we spotted an animal lurking around the campsite. We just had our head lamps and there was no other light but we could see the beasts eyes light up. It did some loser laps around the campsite and we tried to go see what it was but couldn't really get close enough. It was about knee high and kind of looked like a cat. The words lion, hyena and impala (really Steve?!) were thrown out there but we're still not sure. The next morning we ...
... I decided to make one more journey to the Home of Joy. She has really fallen for one little lad there called Timothy who has learning difficulties. He has responded to her in the way that the staff there was not aware could happen and they have seen him smiling for the first time today. We made beaded bracelets with the children and were invited to be part of their bedtime prayers. It was lovely to be asked to join in and very hard to say goodbye. Emma is back ...
... would continue up in the hills where I assumed the nicer homes were. Hot tea greeted us along with some "bites"-sweet white bread, butter and jelly from a can. I was feeling the drag of the long trip and the culmination of many months of excitement thickened my head, so I was glad when James and I got our room key. There were already mosquito nets over our beds and I took an Ambien and went to ...