Hotel Ihusi

Address: Boulevard Kanyamahanga, near Rwanda border, Goma, Congo - The Dem. Repub. | Hotel
 
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This hotel is located on Boulevard Kanyamahanga, near Rwanda border, Goma.
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      Travel Blogs from Goma

      Day 2 Gorillas- trail blazing

      A travel blog entry by kmarich on Oct 14, 2014

      21 photos

      ... start off through fields of potato and pyrethrum, all the workers camera shy but friendly enough. Once in the park the track is smoother, although more steep in some sections but we have plenty of bamboo to hang onto and fewer reasons to reach out and accidentally touch the stinging nettles. We see some spoor and get very excited that gorillas are near by! How wrong could I be....? The gorillas have been found by the trackers up ahead but they are ...

      Gorillas

      A travel blog entry by kmarich on Oct 11, 2014

      1 comment, 28 photos

      ... to see. Meandering our way through fields of pyrethrum, eucalypts and potato fields with the odd hydrangea here and there, we soon reach the wall that divides farmers from national park and wildlife, mainly gorillas, buffalo and elephants. The track turns very muddy, a little steep and think with vines, bamboo and stinging nettles. We reach our first gorillas after about an hour as one crashes through into an opening. The ...

      A wild ride to see wildlife

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 20, 2014

      2 comments, 7 photos

      ... can track and encounter wild chimpanzees, and Akagera in the east. But most Rwandans haven’t seen any of these parks. It’s too expensive to get there and to pay the fees and many are living entirely hand to mouth.

      Our driver’s name was Sultan, an indication he was Muslim which indeed he was. This meant he was fasting for Ramadan. I don’t really like having fasting drivers; they tend to zone out – not what you want on African ...

      A Friendly

      A travel blog entry by lisarturner on Jul 09, 2014

      ... on the field, Rich's first reaction was "Those are girls?" The shortest girl was about 5' 10" tall, and the tallest was well over six feet tall, and these were solid girls, and every one of them was beautiful.

      Did I mention that the entire town came out to see us, including every child for miles around? The game was great fun - there were goats on the sidelines (I said they were doing Father Dougal's job: guarding the ...

      A Tough Day

      A travel blog entry by lisarturner on Jul 02, 2014

      4 photos

      ... guarding the Prime Minister, along with some Ghanian peace-keepers when the Presidential Guard arrived. They sent the Ghanaian peacekeepers away and captured the Belgians, took them to the school where the memorial is, where the Belgians made an attempt for freedom. There are bullet holes and grenade marks on the walls. The Belgians were eventually tortured and killed.

      We walked from there to the Nakumat mall and found a foreign ...