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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.

Gitarama, Rwanda
East Africa
Monday, May 25, 2009


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


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