Rivertrees Country Inn
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... achievements. At a cost of USD $500 (most of these funds provided through the work of Rotary International), they had purchased a machine that enabled a local man to make sandals and then on sell them to local markets. He purchases large rolls of leather and then works 10 hour days to make 40 pairs of sandals a day, earning $100 per week to support his extended family of 16 people. Six women provide the beautiful beading that goes on the sandals. I discovered ...
... the normal ‘hands off the breech’ fashion. Again the energy was so high, the baby came out fine and the, now mother of 8 children hopped off the bed and walked herself to postnatal. Piece of cake!
Recount: The 29 week twins and doing great. Both their feeding tubes are out, even though neither of them are 2kgs yet. They are preparing to go home next week with the plan of combination breastfeeding and cup feeding expressed breast milk. They are a real miracle!
... near Arusha in Tanzania. From Sydney to Johannesberg then overnight in Johannesberg. A flight to Nairobi connecting to Mt Kilimanjaro. We left at 10 am on Sunday and arrived at 1.30 am Tuesday and Gemma picked us up for another 1 hour back to Moshono. Lots of other visitors have come from everywhere for the graduation next Saturday. We are staying at Planet Lodge, a set of Masai shaped bungalows set amongst tropical gardens with mosquito nets over ...
... here was more what everyone expected - sparser animals, less heterogeneous, and more predators than the crater - making it feel more raw, authentic, and like the Lion King. It was unanimously amazing, and thus hard to say goodbye to. Animal Highlights: - Leopard - 2 Lionesses on the road - Elephants (including a huge bull next to the van) - Giraffes - Two out-of-the-water hippos **photo credit to Katie for all the close-up animal pics. Thanks for letting us mooch off your photography ...
... to see! One of the best things we saw was a cheetah and her three baby cubs! They were eating a gazelle which was gross but they were so fluffy!! The mumma kept standing up and watching as there were lions and hyenas around. We were able to drive right up next to her and watch. Even through the long grass it was still easy to see her. The cubs made the cutest sounds. Eventually we drove off and right in front of us a hippo wandered across the road! For a big fellow, he moves ...