Hotel Muhabura

Address: Avenue Du 5 Juillet, Ruhengeri, Rwanda | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenue Du 5 Juillet, Ruhengeri.
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      Travel Blogs from Ruhengeri

      Mist? What mist?

      A travel blog entry by ablo on Sep 06, 2013

      Travelled from Lake Bunyonyi to Ugandan-Rwandan border. Drive was stunning - incredible volcanic landscape, beautiful scenery. Every inch of hillside farmed and always the women working the fields. Passed a refugee camp for congolese and sudanese refugees near border. Physically walked across the border and after passport stamps headed to Mawanze …

      Life at Bunyonyi

      A travel blog entry by birrell on Sep 19, 2014

      15 photos

      ... to visit someone in prison – accused of using firearms in a hold-up along our road. The prison is an unlikely place amongst several schools, where people have gathered at a gate and fence. Beyond, there are buildings and lots of men dressed in bright yellow clothing. We register, and watch people (family and friends) pass inside with containers of food which are then sampled. Claire explains that sometimes people try to bring poisoned food for the ...

      Near Volcanoes National Park and the gorillas

      A travel blog entry by montysafrica on Aug 30, 2014

      18 photos

      To follow the road along Lake Kivu from Kibuye to Gisenye meant a 4hr drive to travel the 110k as the gravel road was in such poor condition. Therefore opted for the maybe less scenic route, east to Muhanga then north to Musanze. Again we enjoyed interacting with the kids along the way tho' deciphering their sex is tricky! Just about all the kids have shaved heads and their ...

      Larry the King

      A travel blog entry by jessicaring on Aug 11, 2014

      25 photos

      ... be nap time."

      This gorilla family was quite different from the previous gorilla family we visited in Bwindi. They seemed much more at ease with our presence, and looked at us in the eyes more often. In terms of appearance they had softer eyes and longer fur to withstand the cold climate in Volcanoes National Park.

      Since it was nap time, the gorillas didn't move around a lot in terms of distance. This gave us time to truly observe and enjoy ...

      Mzungos in the mist

      A travel blog entry by alura on Jul 22, 2014

      40 photos

      ... of age or position if you were a Tutsie you no longer had the right to live. It was not like it was the stone age either. I would have been playing Nintendo or out in the backyard with my dog while Rwanda turned into a broken savage country seemingly overnight. The after effects will always leave a scar through the prevalence of HIV and the memories of those that survived. These days the people are extremely dedicated to peace and equality. Do not ask if they are Hutu ...