Imperial Royale Hotel
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... this setting, but aren’t things that I routinely ask at home. For example, asking details about the size of their house, whether or not it is well aerated, do they cook over an open fire inside the home, do they drink tap water or boiled water, do they sleep under mosquito nets, and does anyone in the family have chronic cough or TB. Because there is no privacy on the wards, staff tries to be very sensitive when asking about HIV status so instead of saying ...
... trip to Nairobi, with a relatively straight forward border crossing, but once again it took far longer and we had another window opening situation. We barely had the window open this time, and the locals kept asking us to close it. I mean, it was no more than a centimeter! They were making a big deal out of it, and were changing seats and putting on shawls. Well, we were hot and we needed some air!! These buses are hot, particularly when you are on the sunny side, and they are ...
... 3 more security checks in the airport. Our last night supper here was a *******e for me personally. You always want to go “home” but here you feel something I can’t describe. I have heard from people that once you come here you will always yearn to return and you leave a piece of your heart behind. I have had the pleasure of knowing Randy and Judy for years now but this was my opportunity to meet Prossie who I will now ...
... help change that. So Jordan House is now buzzing with 43 little people who are so very happy to be in Daycare. No doubt you have seen the pictures on face book of their smiling faces, laughter, playing dress ups and just having fun, as all children should.
On the home front, our girls are having a great experience at international school. They have made wonderful friends from all around the world. Alanah has moved up a year level into grade 6, which she is over the ...
... wake up around 6 and get ready for our hike to find chimps. Our guide wouldn't let us talk but her loud cell phone ring of a Celine Dion equivalent would go off every 20 minutes and she would yell into the phone. A few hours into the trek we found a male chimp who was a jerk. He had extreme flatulance and then tried to **** on us. He also threw some stuff he had chewed up that almost hit me and some other guy. We also saw some cool monkeys and birds. Once we got back we had brunch and ...