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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking rooms
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... for lunch, found a nice coffee shop and just hung out there for the hour we would be in town
A few hours down the road we are here in a campsite near Lake Nakuru, it’s quite a tidy campsite, clean working toilets, showers and a decent bar
We arrived and set up our tents and then Mark told us what would happen in the morning, we are off on another bush drive to see more wildlife (I think I have seen pretty much all the different species of ...
... hello. Rwanda was very different than Uganda. There seem to be a lot of clubs and bars and trash in the street here. But that's all part of the experience! Plus it's so hot! I'm sweating up a storm even in my skirts! We went on a tour of campus today and I talked to my tour guide for a few hours this morning and we were talking about our families and she told me that now I am her sister. That's just how friendly they are. ...
... sharp kitchen knives, and a sieve! Gift has to hand sieve the rice by flicking a board or rice to get the flies out. It's hard to explain the movement but there is a nack to it! Hopefully something as simple as a sieve will make life easier for her. Also, Jajja came by the orphanage. Everyone was pleased to see how much better she looks. Tonight we give our older girls Jesca, Grace, Gloria, Teddy (a girl from the community we support), and Peace (a very friendly girl local ...
... see the community that we are helping and working together with. Its was a real eye opener.
A project that we have been working on lately and are very excited about is being able to help the widows in the community start their own small business. When you walk outside the gates of Jordan House you see small wooden structures selling fruit and veg, clothes, charcoal, tailors, hot local food stalls and people trying to make a living anyway they can. ...
Breakfast was at 5:00am so I woke up at 4:00am, packed my bags and took them to the truck before eating (and feeding the stray dog a fried egg). We left Lake Bunyonyi at 6:00am and started our long day drive. We stopped off after an hour to photograph the sunrise but then we hit road works. The roads were so bumpy they really shouldn't have been open to the public. By that stage I was busting as I'd drank quite a bit of water and the ...