Hotel Restaurant Hellenique Appartements
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... t been invited officially, but everyone seemed to have a good time. Bowling was fun and the kids got to run around the playground and beach volleyball court and play table tennis. Like most places in Kigali, it was a free-for-all for kids and everyone was laid-back. One of our party guests spent most of the time playing soccer with another party but no one seemed to mind. Everyone got a belly full of brochettes ...
... The northern border of the country abuts with Uganda and the Democratic Republic of Congo and all 3 countries have national parks which are adjoining ... This forms a large protected area for the Mountain Gorillas. We are here to visit the Volcano NP, Musanze, to trek with the Gorillas, there is no guarantees and the permit has to be purchased 6 months in advance. Visitors are divided into groups of no more than 8. Each group is assigned a troop to visit. The troops are shadowed ...
... going all this way and not getting to see the mountain gorillas! I did some more investigating online and found that Access africa Safaris seemed to be linked to go Rwanda safaris, they even had one review from this guy called Herb Grey from NZ (which happened to be the name on my email tag -my attempt at keeping big brother at bay) and the review was put up about the time I paid the deposit AND the review was posted from Uganda in pidgen ...
Food in Rwanda is worth its own entry. It's been amazingly easy and inexpensive to eat well since we got here. Local produce is available everywhere and is very cheap, even at 'muzungu' prices, and we already have favorite spots for various fruit and vegetables. So far we're mostly shopping at grocery stores, although we have ventured into the local markets a few times. The produce there is amazing, but the whole market experience is a ...
... absorbed in the magic of being in their presence and marvelling at their recognisably human behaviour. Unfortunately, we then had to leave and trek back down the mountain, slipping and sliding in the mud along the way. A truly wondrous experience. And so here we are, in Rwanda, on the way to the capital Kigali. I hope you have enjoyed reading this first entry and will stick around for the rest - watch this space! Wishing everyone well back home - until next time ...