Le Clos Des Limbas
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking
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... Beach, which is littered with some pretty ritzy resorts, including Bora Bora where I'm sitting now. The poverty is a lot more in your face here, and although the main roads are paved, they don't have the same maintenance as in Rwanda, and are full of rocks and giant potholes. Lake Tangianika, I must say though, is pretty awesome. Across a dry, flat plain, past the port and warehouses and factories, Bujumbura City rises up on the hillsides in ...
... holiday after I had made coffee this morning at 7 o'clock, the 3-year-old son looked around the corner of my door and announced that mama and papa were still asleep. Of course I invited him in my huge bed and we had a great time. He was explaining all kinds of machines from his book while I tried to read something else. This was a fantastic way to start the weekend and it feels OK to be lazy.
My first day, after long flights no sleep and ...
... near Giti. This sign makes me think that the design of their buildings and signs is a standard, cookie cutter design. Maybe this makes the buildings and signs recognizable to those who don't read. RUHAORAGKA - Leaving this town quickly. (each town takes about 15 seconds to 20 seconds to cross), we descend into another valley. We see the RUSIZI river off to our left. This river forms the border between Burundi and DRC. We pass through a less developed village and see some very ...
... long story) waited in line to get one. A question came up: did I need a three day visa ($40) or a longer-than-three-day visa ($90). We were arriving on Thursday at 1:00 pm. If I counted Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, that makes 4 days. But if I counted hours between 1:00 pm Thursday and 1:25 am Sunday – when our flight should leave (ouch), that makes well less than 72 hours. However, in countries suffering from corruption, any possibility that you might ...
... to have an extra set of eyes making sure we got to the airport without any issues. Patrick is a kind person, and it has been a pleasure spending time with him this visit. Once I finally got to the gate, I sat down to wait for our flight to be announced. A baby boy who was "cruising" (learning to walk on his own while holding onto something solid) grabbed my knee then he cruised on over to the next knee. Then he went on to Mr. Meeker's knees. His parents had swooped in and ...