Travel Blogs from Rwanda

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The Land of a Thousand Hills, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

The Land of a Thousand Hills

A travel blog entry by ruthandmike


... people who wave at the truck and are welcoming everywhere we stop can have participated in such a terrible thing.  Rwanda is definitely bouncing back though and working hard to build a national identity rather than the tribal distinctions imposed by ...

Kigali adventure, Kicukiro, Rwanda travel blog

Kigali adventure

A travel blog entry by rwandaschoolaid


Hello North Berwick this is an update fron down town Kicukiro Kigali Rwanda. Today is day 6 of the great adventure we enjoyed another busy day at the KEC as you will see from the photos the playground is really taking shape. It was Henrys birthday today ...

India Exports the Most Mangos in the World, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

India Exports the Most Mangos in the World

A travel blog entry by isag23


... really smart people can get really testy with the way questions are worded and stuff. But its all good because I'm a winner! I can now leave Rwanda and say I did everything to get the most out of my experience, now that I can add "went to the hospital" to ...

Experiential learning woot, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

Experiential learning woot

A travel blog entry by kianahen


... and my topic was transportation. We decided to go to the main transportation station in Kigali, where you can get a bus to places around Rwanda, and also to Uganda, Butare, and other countries near us. You can take a bus to Kampala for 10,000 francs, and ...

More of everthing..., Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

More of everthing...

A travel blog entry by gypsygirlri


... a session on counseling. A lot of us have already had some counseling training and experience, but regardless of that Rwanda is certainly unchartered territory. We’ll be teaching students that will likely have issues surrounding the genocide: Of ...

Hope rekindled, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

Hope rekindled

A travel blog entry by louisekeen


... we quickly noticed how tidy it was; not a scrap of rubbish to be seen and all streets and shop fronts neatly swept.   Rwanda is a small and incredibly beautiful country -  at the end of the rainy season my memories are of many shades of green, ...

Lions and tigers and bears! (None of the above), Akagera National Park, Rwanda travel blog

Lions and tigers and bears! (None of the above)

A travel blog entry by cazinkigali


... next Friday so I will prep for that. Saturday we did a safari at Akagera National Park, which was pretty amazing. Its Rwanda’s, admittedly, fairly modest Savannah, compared to much of what Africa has to offer, but that really didn’t diminish ...

Good Fences Make Good Neighbours, Huye, Rwanda travel blog

Good Fences Make Good Neighbours

A travel blog entry by lisarturner


... while we were in Huye, and I noticed this fence.  To be honest, this was not the first such fencetop I had seen in Rwanda, I noticed them as soon as we arrived four years ago. In urban areas, most people have fences like this around their homes, no ...

Discover The New Site, Kayonza, Rwanda travel blog

Discover The New Site

A travel blog entry by remy.ndiaye.7


... this routine i believe they will get better and better everyday.   However, we ended 2014 with positive impact in Rwanda especially in sport, health and education. We are looking forward to improve the quality, quantity and knowledge of the men ...

Keeping the Itches Off Campus, Musanze, Rwanda travel blog

Keeping the Itches Off Campus

A travel blog entry by gypsygirlri

... you.” I’m taking it with a grain of salt but the point is that I think there are real options for staying here in Rwanda if I want. If only my skin would cooperate! Now…time to take a HOT (read: anti-fungus) shower, stretch out in the ...

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