Travel Blogs from Rwanda

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The true Rwanda- Amir's Reflections, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

The true Rwanda- Amir's Reflections

A travel blog entry by jill_and_amir


... Kigali. Quite a contrast. Still, with the genocide still being a very delicate domestic political issue and fresh in Rwanda’s consciousness, the museum presents a slightly simplified story, laying the blame mainly on the Belgians, French, and a ...

Vulcano climbing with friends, Ruhengeri, Rwanda travel blog

Vulcano climbing with friends

A travel blog entry by andreakolb


Visoke is one of Rwanda's 5 vocanoes. It's where the gorillas ...

Orphans and Banana Beer, Ruhengeri, Rwanda travel blog

Orphans and Banana Beer

A travel blog entry by llcooldays


... effect as the genocide memorial, because instead of focusing on the genocide, the speaker, Francis, focused on the rebuilding of Rwanda following the genocide. We learned that 800,000 Rwandans were involved in the genocide in some way. Imagine… ...

Tracking Chimpanzees in the Nyungwe Forest, Nyungwe, Rwanda travel blog

Tracking Chimpanzees in the Nyungwe Forest

A travel blog entry by jeanetteandpat


... is a an enormous highaltitude, mountainous tropical rainforest with a high canopy, extending for almost 1000 kmē across the majestic hills of Southeast Rwanda. It is the largest ‘island’ of montane forest remaining in East and Central ...

All Business, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

All Business

A travel blog entry by gypsygirlri


... . Basically this week is taking care of business items, some cultural training, learning about the history and politics of Rwanda, visiting the Genocide Memorial, etc. Next week we really dig in with teacher training (teaching methods, lesson planning, ...

Aug 19, 2010, Kibuye, Rwanda travel blog

Aug 19, 2010

A travel blog entry by dirk.burger


Muzungos in the Mist (Rwanda), Ruhengeri, Rwanda travel blog

Muzungos in the Mist (Rwanda)

A travel blog entry by aandameetworld


... interesting to watch, there expressions and interactions were very understandable - not that different from our own. Hard to describe it - still digesting the experience. Rwanda has been great, wish we had more time! I will have more photos to add ...

Meet Martin Muhoza, child survivor of genocide, Kibuye, Rwanda travel blog

Meet Martin Muhoza, child survivor of genocide

A travel blog entry by lisarturner


... in the country to locate his five brothers. When that was not successful, he travelled to every Rwandan refugee camp, both inside Rwanda, and in Congo, Burundi, Tanzania and Uganda, to try to find them, again without success.   Martin has devoted ...

Kigali, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog


A travel blog entry by natashamichaud


We have arrived in Kigali after hours upon hours of wait and flight time. It took a few days to get to the internet as the only computer that was readily available had a french keyboard. Yuck. There is not much time on the computer, but we thought we ...

Hard decisions and their consequences, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

Hard decisions and their consequences

A travel blog entry by jcromie


... patients, but we generally do not experience this as a daily occurence in our practice.  Even at the main teaching hospital for Rwanda, which is where I work, I am sad to say that I am witnessing a patient die nearly every day in the surgery wards ...

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