Rivertrees Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... toddler down again, hold them still and Hallelujah ! Time to chase another toddler down...oh no...what's that disgusting smell! Are there any wipes left...PLEASE!
The toddlers are then supervised in the gardens while the older babies are placed in a row ,on floor mats drinking their bottles...they often leak everywhere, babies pinch each other's bottles and some babies are soooo tired that they just protest loudly or fall asleep. (NB...this is the ...
... one of the kids showed me how to do it. I like school. I learn new stuff and my teacher is very clever. We also played football, again, they were better than me. I'm glad I'm not up against these kids in the job market. At least one day their country will be run by people who know how to yoyo. That will teach them how financial markets can go both up AND down... Zoe: second day at the orphanage and we arrived earlier than the other volunteers so ...
... to revisit before we leave town later next month.
After another full day we ate at a local Ethiopian restaurant....delicious food, although the "bread" smelled and tasted like soggy crepe bandages!
Returning to the hotel after dark was an experience....chasing buses until we found one we could all squeeze in to! (I'm sure you've seen these dala dalas before, with someone hanging out the window shouting for fares and people banging on the windows to board....quite an ...
... to lunch at the hotel and had the nicest waitress ever! She even wrote down some Swahili phrases for us and said she was going to quiz us at dinner. Then it was off for a little shopping to get Bill some clothes (thank goodness for trip insurance, which covers up to $250 if your luggage is delayed at least 12 hours). I though the traffic and driving situation was ...
After my long and hot day at school, I came home, absolutely exhausted, and nauseous. I had only drank about 400ml of water that day, and I normally consume a minimum of two litres. I will not make that mistake again, because I spent the night praying to the porcelain gods. Tuesday, I had TD, Traveler’s Disease (fun stuff!). I spent two days in agony, but had recovered in time for my last day at school, and the beginning of a new project. ...