- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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... man and a woman). The man made small talk and thought I was South African. I tried to relax and catch up on sleep but I couldn't so I watched The Dawn of The Planet of The Apes. This plane was much smaller than the others so it was hard to get comfortable. We landed in Johannesburg at 11.20am where I followed the crowd through immigration where I met a lovely South African family who helped me get through and fill in the Ebola questionnaire. ...
... i.e the guys who took us around and put things we liked into a bag. At the end we sat down in the shade and bartered for what we wanted to keep. It was fun and we got some great little things and wonderful batiks and paintings. Will have a quiet night at the hotel today and then tomorrow we go to visit the Elephant Orphanage. If you want more information on that, David Suzuki recently did a full hour on The Nature of Things which you can view on the CBC TV ...
... has propagated even more rape cases of fathers, uncles, and other men having sex with their daughters and nieces. How ****** up is that?! If the father hasn't raped his daughter, there is still a good chance that he has at least cheated on his wife, abused her, or best scenario (in my mind) has just left her. Of course, many families depend on the father for income so taking the abuse is sadly their preferred option. Amina says (and I agree) that there is no such thing as a ...
... We asked our driver what they are looking for, and he said, well you know, the terrorists (Al Shaabab) can use explosives and bad things. At the second security checkpoint, they used a "wand" to check our bodies and backpacks, purses, etc. At the THIRD checkpoint, there was a metal detector. Finally, you enter the hotel.
So next year we stay home for our anniversary.
Despite all of that, we are very excited to be in Kenya and will have more soon!
... declined (for fear of being sick honestly – you should see the “kitchen” they prepare from!) but today we just couldn’t get out of.
When we arrived the school was abuzz and the students were anxious to see us. We prepared inside the church as we loaded bag after bag of school books, first aid supplies, toiletry items, clothing, shoes, and notepads and pens for presentation. The MPH students took the lead on the presentation, each saying ...