Hotel Credo

Address: B.P 310 , Butare, Rwanda | Hotel
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This hotel, located on B.P 310 , Butare, is near National Museum of Rwanda.
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        Day 13: Everyone is waiting for their turn.

        A travel blog entry by laura-rwanda on Aug 08, 2015

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        ... 8217;s time for a group of children with HIV/ aids, among what some children of the summer camp. I give the children cuddles, rubbers, pencils and pens. After that I take scoubidou and I show how it works, everyone just take three or four pieces (s)he need, not more and try to make their own thing, nice to see. It’s special to see that everyone is waiting for their turn.

        After that, we have to leave; we drive to Kigali to the host families. We ...

        Day 11: Come in contact with youth of Rwanda.

        A travel blog entry by laura-rwanda on Aug 06, 2015

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        Today the second day of the summer camp and we're going to build a house, I wonder how to do. The day starts around 06.00 because my group has to clean. It’s unclear what we can clean, so finally we go help at the preparing of the food.

        After the breakfast, we go early to the house, it’s a very long walk and it’s on top of a mountain. As we arrive at the house, there isn’t a clear plan, it seems as everyone is doing what he ...

        Day 10: The Powerful Youngsters.

        A travel blog entry by laura-rwanda on Aug 05, 2015

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        At 06.45 we have breakfast and after that we walk to Mwana Ukundwa Butare. There arrived we make groups and Maaike and I are in the group we call: The Powerful Youngsters. We choose two leaders, because there are girls who don't speak English. Emmanuel, one of the boys who speak very good English, says that the boys better can’t be the leader, because they can’t do two dings the same time. I think it’s a good point that boys see that here (=, in ...

        Day 9: The chance to come between the peope.

        A travel blog entry by laura-rwanda on Aug 04, 2015

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        ... are a lot of potatoes, it looks like a mountain, the potatoes are bigger than in the Netherlands.

        After that, we go to the house. There we put on an apron and we help the sister of Cedrick with preparing the food. The way of preparing the food is very different from the Netherlands. We watch how she prepares the food and try to do that also, but it’s difficult to do. First we peel the potatoes, then ...

        Day 8: People above 21 have such a story.

        A travel blog entry by laura-rwanda on Aug 03, 2015

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        ... there’s a lot to see about the history of Rwanda. We see a wooden house like it was in the early days, spears and a lot of other objects.

        After the National Museum we eat at an Ibis Hotel, we may order from the list of the restaurant.
        Almost everyone is ordering a pizza, because we haven’t eaten that till now in Rwanda.

        In the evening the story of Eduard comes clear. That he fled during the genocide with his family
        and that ...