Protea Hotel Courtyard
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... three more days....which made it impossible to use. They also couldn't refund her on the spot. Nope, she has to email them and wait two weeks. Lastly, they couldn't even book her on another airline. They told us to check with Tanzanian Air, which thankfully was only about 1.5 blocks away. We walked over there and, unlike Precision Air, were met with a very helpful agent. The lady could not believe they canceled the flight on Joy but didn't ...
... had dust and pollution embedded in our skin we headed to the showers, and much to our horror, found they were not only cold but that ,mid shower, salt water from the sea. Leaving the showers feeling more sticky and vile then when we got in put a real dampener on our moods and after a quick stop at the bar we headed straight to bed. Feel bad *****ing about being in such a beautiful place but 13 hours on a truck can have a real affect effect on your ...
... made a chocolate cake baked in a pot on the coals. The next morning, the cake was split to make 2 layers by cutting it with dental floss (Megan's idea!), iced with caramel and topped with chocolate speckled eggs. That was the yummiest cake ever. We ate it for breakfast with Malawi filter coffee - it was really good!
On the way to Ruaha, Gary braked for a serious pot hole, and ...
Today was such a good day, too! We went to Mbalmwezi Beach (I think that's how it's spelled) and soaked up some sun. Megan, Christianne, and I got to talk some more, and I made sure to ask Christianne all about medical school.
Tomorrow, we're headed back to the beach, so expect similar report!
... Ministers) all line up for you to shake their hands goodbye, then you stand next to them in line so everybody shakes every bodies hand before leaving, I thought it was a nice thing to do. I am assured that normally the meetings don't go on quite that long ... But does take a while by the time you have everything translated and 3 different choirs sing and not just one song! (seemed to be the same people, just different named choir ! ) so we will see ... Did ...