Hotel Restaurant Hellenique Appartements
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... it really stunk. Fortunately, we were given seats near the door and immediately opened our window. Luckily, everyone was still sleeping so there was no window incident to speak of!! You would think that getting into Rwanda was a simple affair, but it was far from simple. We had tried to get visas in Uganda and were given the run around, so decided to try the online application option. You need to have a visa before you arrive in Rwanda. This is the only African country ...
... Fall of NBA AFRICA and Masai Ujiri GM of the Toronto Raptors. Even though they had a busy schedule, they scarified some their time to sit down and chat with us about Shooting touch. We met amadou at MilColins Hotel where he took good care of us three. He also came with a bag of NBA gears to support shooting Touch kids. In addition, we took all advices given by them and also we share our projects and plans for the ...
... shops sells produce, fanta, and beer has a sign hanging by he service window discussing Jesus. At least one church can be found on my walk home.
The last leg of my trip home from school is a right turn on 802. This part of the village was even more lively, as usual. Young men were chatting, down a ways a couple of boys played football, a woman was sewing on the porch to a shop, kids and adults alike carried water and other ...
... moto taxis are the most common vehicle to be seen, and they are always in a hurry to get their customers to their destination. They are small, approach quickly, and honk rigorously at anyone that might be in their way or even if you're a muzungu and they think that it is necessary to honk (even if they are already taking someone so they have no room for you even if you did want a moto). City buses are another "Frogger-like" obstacle when crossing the streets. Sometimes you can ...
... a wave is welcome in any language and I am now starting to make friends with the locals! It always makes me laugh when i'm walking down the street and I can hear some one shout Muzungo but there is no one to be seen! I am really beginning to enjoy the hospitality of the people here. No matter where I am, what time of the day, people will stop what they are doing and come to greet me, shake my hand and welcome me to Rwanda. Children also seem to appear from nowhere! ...