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... having endured arbitrary division of power favoring lighter skin Tutsis over darker skin Hutus, ethnic tensions were high. The Hutu revolution that coincided with independence brought with it an exodus of Tutsis to neighboring countries, contributing to regional instability. In the late 80s and early 90s, the stage was set for the genocide of the Tutsis by the Hulus. The resulting chaos spilled into the Congo and caused the collapse of ...
... to check into the Hilton Airport Hotel. As we had a 8am flight tomorrow, staying on site was important to us. That's it the holiday is over, and we fly home to UK tomorrow. I've enjoyed writing this blog and appreciate all the messages received and cannot believe the number of visits. Till next ...
... awesome sustainable bench project (located outside of the Boston Childrens Museum). It was so cool to seen even a simple park bench become a means to highlight sustainable materials and methods!
Lastly, I've never written a blog before, so forgive me if this first entry is a bit mundane. More to come, as the adventure officially kicks off Monday July 15th!!!
... The button was broken. Dammit. I wanted to recline too.
A small crack formed in my heart, and I held back a sob.
Now, Sitting here in the airport, I can perceive visual rays of despondency seeping from my aura into the general atmosphere. I cast a gaze of doom at all who pass. They look at me. Why. I don't know. Maybe it's because I look at them first. With my doom gaze.These people. They are evil. All evil shall perish.
... asked, no looks at the abundance of white hair. Just there together on the journey.
In the endless noise and rattling I lost track of all time. We stopped and picked up people on the way, and somehow squeezed them in. After passing through the district capital, where the road seemed even worse than up on the mountain, we suddenly emerged into a construction area. There was a dirt crossover, to get to the beginning of newly paved asphalt, two lanes ...