The Manor Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Minbar in room
- Airport Transportation
- Drycleaning onsite
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On April 7th, I continued my adventure to Kigali, Rwanda. I travelled all the way from Walvis Bay, to Kigali Rwanda. The plane flight took 13 hours all together. I had 2 short lay over in Johannesburg, and Nairobi. When I arrived at Kigali I was amazed by the size of the airport, a well as the structure of it. The weather outside was very hot like …
... one another. Flies and bees were buzzing everywhere. More flies near the fish, bees swarming the pineapple, everywhere else just a mass of the mixed. Boys and men were carrying large loads through the crowded and narrow paths, trying to get everyone to move so they could pass more quickly. We navigated through the market as best we could and tried to communicate with those selling the fruits and veggies. We asked them how much certain items were (honestly the ...
... basically clean, sort of. At least the sheets were. I took a shower and Bill comes in yelling "what the heck?". There's a torrent of water pooled outside the shower door, running under the bathroom door and puddled in the hallway. We were tired from traveling most of the day, so we just ordered room service and turned in early.
Kigali is a large city of 4 million people and it looks like most big cities you’d visit. It had cleaner ...
... it. It was ringworm, sadly very common in this part of Africa. The adults all squeezed into the RAV4 and drove the short way back to the hall, while the children walked.
When we arrived back, the meal was just about ready: beef (a very rare treat!), bread, avocado, banana and a Fanta (the Coca Cola Company really has this continent by the throat…). We were invited into the little back room to eat dishes more carefully prepared to insure we ...
... here and like to help.
Martin: Boy this road is pretty rocky, eh? (This is a rare use of the double eh)
Olivier: Man is it ever!
Martin: You're a good driver so it will be ok.
Olivier: And this is a good bus.
Martin: I hope these guys brought gravol!
Olivier: Me too! I have to clean the bus if they didn't!