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Travel Blogs from Bujumbura
... setting with the sunset over the lake. We have Mukeke fish, from the lake, which we thoroughly enjoyed. We had a good French red wine as there was no decent white wine. We are thus far having a good experience in Burundi and we find the people very friendly. Saturday morning, the Toyota Agents in Bujumburu are very helpful and professionally repair the breaks and we programmed the GPS to take us to Kigali in ...
... Is it permissible to dance (in the context of a night club)?
Does Peter’s vision in Acts 10 mean all meats are clean to eat?
I had just been asked whether Colossians 2:16-17 meant there were no more holy days, when a heavy rainstorm unleashed itself on the metal roof. Meaningful communication, other than sign language, became for all intents, impossible. I shouted "tomorrow" which was translated with a shout and he understood, since ...
The decision had been made. We did the research. Checked travel advisories. Read posts in travel forums. Burundi can be a bit sketchy at times, but for the moment sounds to be alright. Lets do this. Bujumbura, here we come!!! To shorten the trip a bit, we stopped off in Butare, a small college town close to the border. Not much to see, but there is a cool cultural museum, so it was worth a quick visit. We got there in the later afternoon, found a cheap hotel (no camping there), and ...
... enough time!). We sang 3 hymns and had an opening prayer. Gave a sermonette about the offering and there was lots of special music. Since three congregations had combined for the day, each chorale had prepared at least one piece of music. The songs tend to be longer too, these were not 3-4 minute pieces, the music took nearly an hour - I made a note to discuss this and go over our church guidelines again. There were a few announcements and we gave ...
... There were only four basins to be shared by 36 people, and we shared about 6 towels between us. Not everyone around here even has a bath or hand towel; they may just use broadcloth pagnes for such needs. Since many had walked far in the rain in sandals or old broken shoes, many of the feet to be washed really needed it. The used water that was thrown outside after each use was often quite muddy. I handed my little flashlight to Mrs. Mokeshimana in the women’s ...
Other places to stay in Bujumbura
Chaussee d'Uvira, Bujumbura | 4 star hotelfrom $199
Chausse Prince Louis Rwagasore, Bujumbura | Hotelfrom $59
des limbas, Bujumbura | Hotelfrom $90
Avenue Mardi, Bujumbura | Hotelfrom $55
Boulevard de la Tanzanie, Bujumbura | 4 star hotelfrom $235