Lake Kivu Serena Hotel
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... one person wanted to lay in the front of the group like a corpse, it didn’t happen, but I managed a Tebow
We were there long enough for a bit of breakfast, coffee and the photos, then we were off again
We went cook group shopping in some unknown town (got to the point they are pretty much all the same now)
We got to Kabale quite late and it was just a case of set up tents and get the ...
... girl....with a very lively and funny guide called Francois who was very confident, knowledgeable and skilled...and en shred that the climb u p was done at a moderate pace. We also had porters who helped to carry bags...as the hillside got really steep in places and we were literally cutting a path through the bamboo and vines, avoiding the stinging nettle and thistles as we went. The hour watching them went by in ...
... border. The hike, though it was rather tame, had an incredibly picturesque view of Gisenyi. It wasn't until we were halfway down the hill that Domenic, our driver, reminded us of the one hour time difference between Rwanda and Uganda. We piled into the van hastily with the sudden loss of an hour hoping that Domenic could get us there in time to cross into Uganda.
Domenic was gracious enough to power through the crowded and winding streets of Rwanda getting us ...
... had the Ayakusha family of 22 gorillas. We were briefed on the family and how the trek would work (and cautioned us on what to do and not do!) and then we were back in our car for the drive to the start of the trek at a trailhead nearby. We hired two porters to help us with the walk and carry our backpacks and they were a great help throughout the trek
Lucky for us another couple from the US in our group was also staying at ...
... There were a lot of kids listed as beneficiaries at this distribution—apparently there are a lot of orphaned refugees who have crossed the nearby border from DRC here. Here in Rwanda, some sense of normalcy has been in place for long enough that after a while, you start to forget that you are in a formerly war torn place, surrounded by current and recent war torn places. These kinds of prompters jar you back into place and remind you why you’re ...