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Brussels airport, KIGALI, Rwanda travel blog

Brussels airport

A travel blog entry by rajmaha

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Touchdown!, Butare, Rwanda travel blog

Touchdown!

A travel blog entry by pixelstuff

... Butare) about thirty minutes ago after a nearly 34 hour day / plane flight. The plane touched down yesterday around 8:30pm Rwanda time but we spent the night in Kigali before driving to Butare this afternoon. All eleven pieces of our luggage ...

Rafi'Kids Tournament, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

Rafi'Kids Tournament

A travel blog entry by isag23

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... I recruited a 13-year-old kid that was shooting around and told him to bring 10 friends next week.  As all things in Rwanda, once you start with one small group, more kids become interested.  It seemed like the other two locations were not going ...

The Grind, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

The Grind

A travel blog entry by casey.stockton1

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Whew!  Just finished week 2 of 3 of the 1st Annual Shooting Touch December Classic. The event is set up as follows – 3 weeks, 3 differentlocations, teams formed from each camp to compete in a huge celebration at the(hopefully) National ...

Still Got It, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

Still Got It

A travel blog entry by isag23

... able to hang with the ladies kabisa. Exactly one week before the Gisembe Tournament (a memorial tournament held every year in Rwanda), I had my first practice. I felt comfortable from the start because they girls were so cool and so welcoming and I knew ...

Travel to Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

Travel to Rwanda

A travel blog entry by joelmeeker

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... , in the book Shake Hands with the Devil (a fascinating if gut-wrenching read.) Mr. Mundeli and I spent an hour discussing the situation in Rwanda and our plans for the next few days, and the needs of the church here. There is quite a bit to be done, but ...

African Anniversary, Nyanza, Rwanda travel blog

African Anniversary

A travel blog entry by k0e0n0z

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... Niger, to Morocco, and finally to Rwanda.  I spent 6 months in Niger, 1 month in Morocco, and 5 months in Rwanda.  I have attended baptisms, funerals, many for people who died too young, notably fellow volunteer Stephanie Chance, and weddings in ...

even better, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

even better

A travel blog entry by bajajblog

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Thank you everyone for more kind words. I am so much better now, was really sick! Kids are doing great. We are regrouping, and will do some local game drives since we missed our Tanzania trip. So, hopefully you'll be getting some pictures soon! Love to ...

Day 2-Rwanda, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

Day 2-Rwanda

A travel blog entry by glp

... investment in Rwanda. She then spoke of the RDB 2020 plan. In the private sector RDB is investing resources to fast track Rwanda's economic development. Vivian then added that Rwanda is seen as a very safe city, with it being named the second safest city ...

Farewell night, Kigali, Rwanda travel blog

Farewell night

A travel blog entry by rwandaschoolaid

Today was our final day in Kigali and we dedicated the playground at the KEC back to Joseph and Rose with unveilling of two plaques. One from Law primary school North Berwick who provided the funding fopr the construction of a combi goal. the second was ...

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