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

      ... constantly moving. We soon find ourselves off the beaten track, literally bush bashing our way along steep mountain edges, amongst thick vines, bamboo and the dreaded stinging nettles. It was becoming ridiculous. About 2 hrs later we do see our first gorillas as we perch precariously, trying not to slide down the mountain we have just laboriously climbed. As soon as we reach them, they move on. We are not feeling the love and almost feel that they ...

      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 ...

      In the Land of Project Rwanda Bikes

      A travel blog entry by deniseang on Oct 05, 2014

      ... which couldn’t be easily replaced here. (It wasn’t all a failure, because after seeing people hauling hundreds of pounds of coffee at breakneck speeds UPhill, the guy ended up starting the bike team in nearby Musanze, but that’s another story) There are only a few hundred left these days, and they’ve turned into something of a collector’s item for bike nerds. Fellow intern and travel buddy Zan and I have been keeping ...

      Heading for the hills

      A travel blog entry by joelmeeker on Jul 18, 2014

      2 comments, 12 photos

      ... on to the center of Kayenzi, where the Mundelis own a building containing several shop stalls. One is rented out as a restaurant, another as the shop of a seamstress. Mrs. Mundeli uses one for her knitting business and M. Mundeli uses the last small stall as the official office of the church in Rwanda. While Mrs. Mundeli was showing us her knitting machines and stock, a crowd of curious onlookers gathered outside to watch us.

      After a brief tour of ...

      Three Genocide Memorials

      A travel blog entry by lisarturner on Jul 02, 2014

      On Wednesday we had an early start to the day, and we were happy that we had taken the time to get ready the night before.

      We left the hotel and drove through Kigali to pick up a gentleman who was a survivor of the massacre at the Ecole Polytechniqe. He told us his story, which was desperately sad, and several times he had to stop talking because he was overwhelmed. He survived, and so did his wife and daughter and son, but ...