WASHINGTON, DC—Returning from a historic ten-day, six-nation visit to Africa, President Clinton announced Wednesday that he is "glad to finally be back in civilization." Said Clinton: "While this was an important visit to an all-too-often overlooked region of the world, I cannot tell you how good it is to be back in a place where I can get a decent sandwich and don't have to worry about being eaten by rhinos. And you would not believe the bathrooms over there: In Rwanda, I had to hold it in until I reached a country with indoor plumbing. And if you're looking to relax and watch a little TV in Botswana, forget about it." Clinton stressed that, despite the continent's profound lack of comforts, much was accomplished on the trip. "I am optimistic that a greater bridge of understanding can be built between the fascinating and diverse people of Africa and regular people," he said.