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 …

      Day 64: Smack my beach up

      A travel blog entry by tautological on Oct 06, 2014

      ... not as tasty. We also loaded up with food in the third largest city in Tanzania, Mwanza. In the coming days we shall dine on such culinary delights as curry with rice, rice with curry and finally, curried rice. However, everything is starting to taste of bug spray by now so at least the flies don't get to the food before we do. Zoe: Today we headed off early to Mwanza, the 3rd largest town in Tanzania and got ...

      Day to reminisce

      A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Aug 13, 2014

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      We woke on this morning not only feeling satisfied with our viewings the day before, but the fact we all slept in until around 9. This was a rarity. I have to say though, our gorilla sightings did, and still do, feel like a dream. After scrubbing the life out of our trekking gear we hung them out to dry and then made our way into the village. Today was one of the last days before our friends Kat and Jules leave our tour, and leave our friendly couple group of 6. It ...

      Larry the King

      A travel blog entry by jessicaring on Aug 11, 2014

      24 photos

      ... guide joked and said, "it must 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 ...

      Mzungos in the mist

      A travel blog entry by alura on Jul 22, 2014

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      ... on and hiking poles in hand we started the long journey down. Just as we reached the path, to our right sat one of the large females, in a stance i could only describe as regal. She gazed at us as we passed. It almost felt like a royal send off. Amazing creatures. The descent was quicker than the hike up. We took a slightly different path to avoid the sliding mud we had encountered on our ascent. The whole day had passed yet it seemed like no time at all. We certainly ...