Travel Blogs from Rwanda

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Palace, Nyamata, Rwanda travel blog


A travel blog entry by natashamichaud

This was a nice experience. We took a bus for two hours out to a small village with the group from the UK that we met the day before. That is who we also went to the memorial with and to a couple of markets. It is nice to have other people to hang out ...

Genocide Memorial, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

Genocide Memorial

A travel blog entry by claireandian

... ;please, make up for that a little by reading something about it, investigating a little, even just by watching 'Hotel Rwanda' - make yourselves aware of the atrocities that happened in this remote little country 15 years ago. ...

Genocide Memorial, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

Genocide Memorial

A travel blog entry by faralley


Today I made a very impressive trip to the Genocide Memorial in Kigali. So recently ago. Unbelievable how Kolonialisation created un balance between friendly tribes. Later a full blon propaganda machine was fired up to extinct Tutsi's. United Nations did ...

Kibuye, Kibuye, Rwanda travel blog


A travel blog entry by scoubi

We had a lot of fun walking around town with about 20 kids following us and holding our hands. When we took the camera out they were almost fighting to be on it. Bethanie guess house is cheap and great. Food is a bit expensive for what it is ...

We Are Here, Musanze, Rwanda travel blog

We Are Here

A travel blog entry by carlacarla


... a day late - Visa issues that we luckily got fixed within the day. We are currently staying in Sabyinyo Silver Back Lodge. Rwanda is beautiful. We started the trip with a visit to the Genocide Museum - two words - powerful and emotional. It is hard ...

Gorillas!!!!, Ruhengeri, Rwanda travel blog


A travel blog entry by jodeebodee


... good description of the Amohoro group we would be visiting. The group name means peace as they were formed soon after the genocide in Rwanda.The main silver backs name meant unity so it was cool to have them after all the genocide stuff the day before. We ...

A visit to the poachers village, Rwanda, Rwanda travel blog

A visit to the poachers village

A travel blog entry by derrick241


It was on the 14 June I had a chance of seeing a real poachers village I met a pygmy who had poached Gorillas when he was younger, he still poaches, but just antelope I was the only person there, the others had gone in a group to seethe gorillas, so it ...

Men's Rea, Ruhengeri, Rwanda travel blog

Men's Rea

A travel blog entry by deniseang


... said we would talk after he finished, I said no not ever. Don't worry, I made a big, freaking deal about it. Rwanda has a physically affectionate culture, but it is also a rather conservative one, especially when it comes to the respect and treatment of ...

A day on Lake Muhazi, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

A day on Lake Muhazi

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker


... which is about an hour away, most of the drive on good blacktopped roads. As we talked, the language change happening in Rwanda became very apparent. This used to be a French-speaking nation (as far the European languages go – of course ...

Last day, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

Last day

A travel blog entry by julesintrepid

Well back in Kigali last night, having a leisurely morning sitting by pool catching up with blog and reading. The hotel health club has a steam room, so decided to give it a try, they obviously only turn things on to request so it had just been put on, ...

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