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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 …
... from it being at an established site as opposed to a site where mass acts of genocide took place. By that I mean the facility was much like a museum. We began with the exhibit that documented and illustrated the events that led up to the Rwandan genocide beginning with colonization by the Germans. I won't go a lot into the history, as I feel it is something that can be read from my blog just as it can be from any other source. And, by the way, I do strongly recommend ...
... Kigali. The conversation continued to describe the population growth, development increase, and increase in leniency regarding women's gender roles and expectations (examples: more women driving now than five years ago and the most women representatives in parliament in the world).
In addition to more details about the development and the population, Apollo went over transportation options in Kigali. The bus is available but isn't good after 9 ...
... tunnel we slithered into the bamboo rain forest. Ah the coolness of it was such a delight. It was wet, slimy, rocky and rooty. Snakes that looked like huge worms slithered in our path. We chatted for a long time and then we didn't. We couldn't. We just need to breath in what we could and make due. My porter, Fidel pulled me up huge slimy rocks, he balanced me down wet tangled grasses that seemed to love to hug my boots and not let them go...move stinging nettles ...
Ndeo knew fairly well where to take us, but when we got close, he called on his cell phone to get final instructions. Arriving before the locked swinging garage doors, he honked and Myriam’s youngest son opened the doors for us. Myriam welcomed us inside while Ndeo turned the car around. We chatted with her son about school and languages. He’s already impressively fluent in French and English as well as Kinyarwanda, a very sharp ...