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I love Rwanda. The scenery is beautiful, the people are friendly, and there is a concerted effort to raise the country out of the ashes of its genocide into a thriving, vibrant nation.
I am sad to say that the one place that I can say that the country is falling short is in the guardrails department. There has been no improvement in this …
Martin Muhoza was our official guide from CNLG (The National Centre for the Fight Against Genocide) while we were in Rwanda. He is a child survivor of genocide.
In 1992, when Martin was twelve years old, there was a small genocide against the Tutsis in Rwanda. Martin and his family fled to the church at Nyamata (for further info you can …
The following day we headed to Pfunda,
the tea plantation region. After haggling down the moto by half , we
arrived. Originally we were hoping to get a tour around the factory,
however the manager who does the tours was not available. Instead we
decided to take our own tour, completing an 8 mile walk through the
tea plantations!! What a walk, we couldn't believe how lush the
scenery was, the ...
... a bit unpredictable, but it held out for the entire day. Besides the views some of the highlights included the St. Jean Memorial, eating a great salad at Moriah Hill Hotel (which is one of the things I miss most about being back ...
... it’s basically a loop, going down at a comfortable pace for most of the beginning, walking past 4 waterfalls and climbing up again quite a bit before levelling out to complete the loop. I can’t remember how far down and how far up you go but apparently the ‘elevation gain’ is 715m so I’m sure we can all pretend we know what that means. It was probably a combination of already having walked for four hours and my ears going all funny because of ...