Kabira Country Club
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... cows are very bony. They both feed off of the grass around where they are tied up to. There are basically no street signs and areas have names so when we are driving Judy will tell Vincent the area rather than a direction or street name. It rains almost everyday here and for the most part it is just enough to dampen the earth and keep everything moist and lush. Our plans for the next day was to go to a hotel located on Lake Victoria but ...
... It means "no worries or no problem" It's like we're living in the Lion King. We have adopted that into our vernacular as well as "same same" (but different)Also I wanted to tell everyone how beautiful it is here. It is SO GREEN and lush. It reminds me of the Coastal Causeway in Northern Ireland (or as some one else said the windows XP desktop). It's so different then we expected. Although I guess I didn't go into this with too many expectations. Mucho love, until next time ...
... Because lecture is the main
method of teaching, students had a really hard time collaborating with a classmate on any tasks we gave them. The culture maintains that the professor is the fount of all knowledge. That simply is not true.
We ended our day by enjoying a cultural performance of African music, singing, dance and drums. It is a dinner and show hosted by ...
... came for a meeting with us tonight over supper to discuss any problems and issues. I don't think we had many and it was good to spend some time with them. Mary enjoyed our skills workshop, so is setting up a train the trainer session on Friday along with reports and feedbac. Not sure when I will prepare for this, but I am sure it will get done somehow. Face timed all the family tonight and now missing them loads. Looking forward to getting ...
... a lovely day on the Norfolk Broads yesterday and went for a sail and canoe with grandad. It was a beautiful day and I was reminded once again of the amazing countryside we live in and how lucky we are. Very different from the world I am now heading into......... Having packed, unpacked and replaced my bags on numerous occasions, I have finally settled on the minimal of clothing to make space for my teaching materials and the fabulous MUMSIE by ...