The Pain of Childbirth Travel Tip

The Pain of Childbirth Travel Tip
If women could remember the pain of childbirth they would never have another baby. Many readers have a vacation view of travel, 8 days, and 7 nights in a resort, if there is any problem it is time to go home.

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Gitarama, Rwanda
East Africa
Monday, May 25, 2009

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The squat toilet for my 2000 Franc room in Byumba, Rwanda, this is the pain of childbirth, and I hope to forget it.



I can slowly walk around behind the toilet.



This is the new child being born to me in Rwanda, hopefully I can remember this long after the pains of Africa are forgotten.

Readers say to go home, I would like to know where my home is, I am not on vacation, I have been living and traveling for over 11 years. Where am I supposed to go? Today, I live here, this is my home. I do not have a home to return to, I have moved away, I have moved on.

If you want to travel with no pain, then you are on vacation.

I enjoy traveling in Africa, however I do not pull the punches, and I feel it would be negligent if I painted a rosy picture of this place. One of you is planning a trip to Africa; I try to explain the situation so there are no surprises.

The Pain of Childbirth Travel Tip