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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        Day 13: Everyone is waiting for their turn.

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

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        In the morning we take breakfast and after that we give a presentation about the Netherlands and the people from Rwanda about Rwanda. Our presentation starts with greeting, three kisses. After that Peter tells something about the country as student to become a teacher of geology and we 'spijkerpoepen' (translation: **** nail) , I do that. After that Annemarie says something about more serious subjects like drugs, prostitution and abortion. We sing together ...

        Day 12: Earthquake

        A travel blog entry by laura-rwanda on Aug 07, 2015

        1 comment, 3 photos

        ... to smoke in for example the bus. It’s funny to find Heineken, because it’s made in the Netherlands. In Rwanda they know two kinds of potatoes: Irish potatoes and sweet potatoes. In the Netherlands we only know the Irish potatoes.
        The 5 things that are in Rwanda, but not in the Netherlands, we found, are: cassava, banana plant, bamboo, avocado seed and yellow jerry cans. In the Netherlands we have banana and avocado of course, but we don’t have plants and ...

        Day 11: Come in contact with youth of Rwanda.

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

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        ... 8216;amazungu’. I asked if the word is positive or negative. I asked it to many people, to know if they give the same answer. I think it depends on the meaning of someone’s arriving in Rwanda, the goal why he/ she is in Rwanda. It’s not exactly good or fault.

        It comes clear to me how a school day in Rwanda is going. At the Primary School the school day is from 07.30 till 12.00 and at the Secondary School it’s from 07.30 ...

        Day 9: The chance to come between the peope.

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

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        Today the breakfast is different from the previous days, with roasted bread and an omelette, delicious. After the breakfast we drive to Mwana Ukundwa Butare for the home visits. The thing I like about that is that we finally can talk with the people. We visited many museums and we played with children, but now we have the chance to come between the people.

        Together with Anne I have my home visit at Cedrick ...

        Kicking off the new year with a bang :)

        A travel blog entry by lcomeau5 on Feb 01, 2015

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        Beginning January 2015, Shooting Touch introduced "Health Awareness Month' in an effort to promote various health issues that Rwandese people face on a daily basis. Focusing on one health topic each month allows Shooting Touch kids to retain as much information on the subject, which will be repeated several times throughout the month via different methods; such as educational videos, hands-on activities, guest speakers, and distributed materials. ...