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"Moms On The Road: Africa "
Anyone watching this show on the Travel Channel? So far it has been interesting with some great locations and experiences for the Moms.

In last night's show, they were each to spend the night with a host studentís family in Namibia. I was appalled at the behavior of Amy and Jackie. They were disgusted at the room their host family told them they would be staying in. Yes it was a small concrete room lacking a real bed, but they are in a small village in Namibia, not a Holiday Inn. Instead of just trying to deal with it, they went off on it and were making a lot of snide comments in front of their host student. I'm sure it was very offensive to the family that they were apparently so disgusted with their living conditions. I was really disappointed at their behavior considering the host family was poor but still graciously extending their hospitality. Aside from these two though, the other women were getting along fine with their host families and it was really nice to see them interact.
A road trip through Africa is no place for primadonnaís!

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