RLJ Kendeja Resort & Villas
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TravelPod Member ReviewsRLJ Kendeja Resort & Villas Monrovia
Very nice hotel, only about 30 minutes from the airport and out of the city so you don't have to deal with city traffic if you don't need to. Staff was very accommodating, the rooms were very comfortable, internet was fast and reliable enough to get work emails through and stay in touch back home.
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We landed in darkness. Nighttime in Monrovia is darker than any other capital I’ve visited yet. The only thing that hinted to a city being down there was the string of pearls tossed across the topography wherever a road might be. Even then it was only headlamps. Not a single street lamp was lit.
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Such wonderful updates! I submitted all of my lesson plans to Alexis and Jessi from Playing to Live and everyone loved them...so they have been approved. Here is an example of some activities I submitted. A combination of ones that are very therapy-based, and ones that are geared towards fun and socialization.
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I was just happy to finally stretch out by the time I checked into the hotel. I luxuriated in hot shower shooting out at high pressure, and threw myself into ...
... and how he deals with situations. He is doing great! And when he things he needs to change something he does it.
Surfing! -I had my third surfing lesson yesterday and I got up once and then on my knees other times but I just had a hard time getting up on the board yesterday. It was just super fun to spend time with Ryan yesterday...we were at the beach in the morning for a couple of hours and then went back in the afternoon so I could surf at a lighter beach. When I got ...
... University, the Imbutu Foundation, Inema Art Center, Carnegie Mellon University Rwanda, the East Africa Exchange and all of the Rwandan people we encountered for welcoming all of us and making this trip incredibly rich and full. We now hold Rwanda close to our hearts and return visits are more than likely.
MURAKOZE (thank you)!!!
and please forgive me if I have forgotten anyone...