Hotel Ibis

Address: PO Box . 103, Butare, Rwanda | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on PO Box . 103, Butare, is near National Museum of Rwanda.
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      Travel Blogs from Butare

      Hours of Inspiration from Incredible Women

      A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Sep 09, 2014

      For the second time, I was sick for the first half of the day. Massive stomach cramps and diarrhea made getting out of bed nearly impossible. Celine was kind enough to bring me zinc tablets, and when everyone arrived back for lunch I was able to eat and join them for the afternoon. Essentially I missed visiting the university in Butare and meeting with students there. The students had conversations on a variety of topics including gender roles, ethnic ...

      On the road to Butare!

      A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Sep 08, 2014

      Today I left my home stay family for the week and embarked with the other students to Butare. After a few hours, we reached our first stop: the King's Palace Museum.

      First we were taken into a replica of a traditional hut, pre colonialism, for the king. The living space for the king, the king's actual hut, was one of probably 30 or so huts surrounded by a fence. The entrance was marked by a tree on each side. One's bark was the source for a lot of fabrics and the other ...

      Land of a Thousand Hills

      A travel blog entry by montysafrica on Aug 26, 2014

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      It was a slow trip from Kigali to the west of Southern Province through the Nyungwe National Park to our accommodation just outside the park but the scenery kept us enthralled. The hills/mountains provided amazing scenery as we ascended and descended on seriously windy roads that allowed a top speed of 60kph for most of the trip. Land not cultivated for crops was covered in eucalypts, imported from Australia early in 1900s due ...

      Good Fences Make Good Neighbours

      A travel blog entry by lisarturner on Jul 24, 2014

      1 photo

      I went out for a walk early one morning while we were in Huye, and I noticed this fence. To be honest, this was not the first such fencetop I had seen in Rwanda, I noticed them as soon as we arrived four years ago.

      In urban areas, most people have fences like this around their homes, no matter how modest the ...

      ....And an afternoon to remember.

      A travel blog entry by linda1960 on Jul 10, 2014

      1 comment, 7 photos

      ... she would keep all the profit. Olivier stuck close to Lisa and I on this day. He generally hangs back at the bus whenever we are near a memorial site. Olivier lost both his parents and most of his extended family except for his younger sister during the genocide. He was 10 and she was 4. He worked and took care of her and got her through school. He is now 30 years old and has been driving bus for 10 years. One of the teachers here who is a expert in ...