Le Clos Des Limbas

des limbas, Bujumbura, BP2353, Burundi | Hotel
Prices starting from $90.00

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Ten baptisms

A travel blog entry by danielharper


... could have gone faster, but the last thing I wanted to do was slip and dunk myself in the stream. So, I took my time. I was glad for those gymnastics lessons that my parents put me in as a small child. With the clothes, though, I couldn't hold my arms out. So, I used two logs side-by-side to make my crossing more secure. I said hello to the people on the other side of the stream and turned and went back to be with the others under the shade of the tree. By then, Nathan and Mr. Meeker ...

Arrival in Burundi

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... obeyed the rules will likely be interpreted that you did not obey the rules and so must pay a hefty "fine" to the scrupulous and vigilant government official who discovered your treachery. Attempting to negotiate such things at zero dark thirty in order not to miss a flight puts one at a distinct disadvantage. The two agents behind the counter asked me if I wanted a three day or a longer visa. I told them my departure time and asked them what they thought. Their ...

Guinea Pigs at the Museum

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer


... heads), the chimpanzee made an overly-dramatic sad face. She tried to lure Ryan with a stick to bring Elias back. Her efforts unsuccessful, she chucked the stick at Ryan and swung madly around her cage. Before we left, we were offered a cage full of guinea pigs and rabbits to feed to the leopard or one of the many crocodiles. The men (Mark and Ryan) looked at each other and gave in, to the horror of Sarah and I. Thankfully Elias was ...

Dive into Burundi

A travel blog entry by danielharper


... by a man who quickly became our guide through the little park. He showed us an interesting fish tank containing some fish unique to the Lake Tanganyika. Then we headed into the crocodile area (which was 2/3 of the zoo, really). As we rounded the corner, we saw caged rabbits and guinea pigs. Hmm... What are these guys here for? Oh! This is crocodile food! Sure enough, the guide offered us the pleasure several times of paying 20,000 francs to see him feed a crocodile a rabbit. ...

Kayanza - Field Visits

A travel blog entry by hasemeyer


... areas of town. Each project was shown to us by the project leader, and two other prominent people in the group. We were shown a bee hive project, a pig project, a chicken project, and a store financed through a loan from his group. The road was too washed out (and the new home of a giant fallen tree) to see the goat project, but the dozens of goats around town satisfied our goat quota for the month. It really was amazing to see what ...

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This hotel, located on des limbas, Bujumbura, is near National Museum of Niger (Musée National du Niger), National Museum, Birni Quarter, and Sultan's Palace.
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