Golf Hills Residence
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TravelPod Member ReviewsGolf Hills Residence Kigali
Okay place to stay. It could have been cleaner (as in it was time to scrub the walls, or paint, and floors). The shower was super small and the door leaked and got water all over the floor. The room was very large and the bedding was clean, so it was an okay place to rest for a night at $100/night.
The staff was very friendly. We ordered room service and the food was good and came quickly.
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The hilly city of Kigali is the capital of Rwanda and has a population of roughly 1 million. It's home to memorials and museums dedicated to the Rwanda Genocide.
PLANS: Fly into Kigali at 7:15pm and relax overnight, before heading out early in the morning to track monkeys on our way to Uganda.
We got a notice to arrive for our …
... of how doing one's daily work for daily needs uses our minds and bodies. And then remember the genocide....what joy and gratitude there is here. We laugh a lot. So...speaking of bodies...I of the slovenly sort climbed up a huge mountain at 8000 feet above sea level yesterday. I huffed and puffed. My lungs and heart felt as if they would burst and the back of my legs, the strongest part of my body was fatigued in a way I had never felt. Everyone assured me it was ...
... Mrs. Mundeli closed her shop and we all got into the vehicle for the short ride to their house, the house that Mr. Mundeli’s father had built. They invited us inside and we sat in the living room and chatted about the history of the house, how retirement has gone for them both and family. We had a snack since it was about noon by this time and didn’t extend the conversation too long since we were expected at their daughter ...
Today was a very early start. We had to be on the bus at 6am to get to Amohora Stadium for the 20th Anniversary Liberation Ceremonies. We were taken to a marshalling point and transferred to another bus that would take us into the stadium. We were in our seats by 7. We waited in the hot sun. And waited. And waited. At 10am the military came in and paraded for a good thirty minutes and then stood ...
... that was open. I exchanged $300US for 230,000 rwandan francs.
Later we had dinner at the New Cactus restaurant, which is a western style resto in Kigali and didn't make it back to our hotel until about eleven o'clock. We were totally exhausted and we had to get our stuff ready for the next day before we went to bed.
Eventually, we made it to bed. I fell asleep immediately.