Raphael Penthouse Suites
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... studying at home is more effective and thus take days off school, as Max did on Wednesday and, in leaving early the next day, also did on Thursday. With this in mind, the school was relatively empty on my final Friday. It became abundantly clear why many people stay away, with relatively nothing achieved in class for the entire day, a very different feeling to how I feel the day before exams. It is a completely different feeling when you realise that this is the last time you are ...
... loop from Nairobi to Uganda and back to Nairobi. I barely slept the first night in the hostel bed due to the biting cold, and I worried that my sleeping bag wouldn't be sufficient for camping the following 6.5 weeks despite the fact that I had bought a 0 degree F, -18 degree C rated North Face sleeping bag back in Colombia.
The truck included a crew of the trip leader, a cook, and a driver and a group of 15 with an ...
... purchased a handful of local items to share with the other teams.
All of the teams met up at a coffee shop, where we took turns sharing our findings. Some differences from home were highlighted, though there were many similarities. One of the other teams - Samir, Anthony, and Allison won the prize when they gave the rest of us little gift bags with items from their assigned pharmacy store.
Next, we had an opportunity ...
... the need for this, but if it is like Cambodia, all the trees (except where there are still landmines) have been cut and sold to overseas as lumber. Ironic how the landmines have ‘saved’ some forests…
The travel doctor we went to in Hamilton, to get our immunizations; told us to wear light colours but not light blue. Apparently the darker colours are hot and but ight blue attracts Tetse flies which bite. Dave says there are also Putsy ...
... closed roads due to cycle events.
We arrived at the turn off to the park, road closed. I jumped out of the car and spoke to a marshall who tried to explain how to get round the race, it was difficult, so jumped into the car and used the sat nav and general sense of direction to get there.
Finally arrived and got tickets for self drive, it was feeding time in the lion area soon so we drove straight into where they were. Shortly a pick up arrived and legs of gazelles ...