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Lige nu sidder jeg i nok den langsomste internet-café nogensinde. Derfor kommer der kun et kort lille update herfra , billeder kommer senere !
Siden sidst har jeg faaet oplevet noget. Frimaaneden er begyndt og Sisse og jeg lagde ud med en kaempe oplevelse – nemlig bjerggorilla trekking. Vi var ude og gaa I Bwindis hills, inde i …
After 2 flights and 3 stops we finally arrived in Rwanda. We left Abu Dhabi at 6am on Sunday morning having not gone to bed the night before due to the Formula One and Nickelback concert. We caught our Qatar flight to Kigali via Doha and Entebbe, most passengers got off at Entebbe so it was weird sitting on a 150 seater plane with only 10of us. We …
Our days of relaxation in the lap of luxury allowed us some time to regroup and abuse the free Internet in Mwanza. It also proved to be a good place to carry out our necessary travel medical procedures that we had been putting off and our first aid kit took a beating. First on the list was removing the rather worrying worm sack that had attached …
... the first Saturday of each month everyone is involved in a big clean up. Even in the poorest areas of the city, there wasn't a hint of litter.
The parliament is 56% female, the highest percentage of any country.
We also visited the Genocide memorial garden and museum, a very sobering end to our holiday. Having learnt more about this dreadful period in the country's history it makes you appreciate the massive achievement the people of Rwanda have made in a few ...
... a particular ethnic group or nation. But a quote on the wall of the exhibition that made me stop and think was this "If you must remember, remember this...The Nazis did not kill 6 million Jews, nor did the Hutus kill a million Tutsi. They killed one then another, and then another. Genocide is not a single act of murder, it's millions of acts of murder". The most moving part of the memorial centre is the last room, "The Children's Room". There are pictures ...
How has this hostel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
Were very satisfied with our accom in KIgali. The position in the city is perfect, and the hostel is clean and friendly. While it is rather expensive to stay here ($20 camping!!) it is an expensive city so the price seems right. Close to all amenities and knowledgeable about things to do in Kigali and Rwanda too.
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