Lake View Apartments and Hotel
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the starting point at 2600m above sea level. We had to wait for the 3rd hiker,
a Russian guy called John (great Russian name that one!). He was ready in his
trainers, thick army looking coat, massive camera hanging off his neck and
tripod under his arm. I wondered if anyone had bothered to inform him that this
hike was meant to be very muddy, steep and challenging. His energy at first was
highly entertaining. He thought nothing of ...
... of being in their company we all
completely relaxed, realising they did not see us as a threat at all and were
completely comfortable with us around them. The 2nd in command silverback was
even seemingly posing for photos! At first we could only see the main
silverback and a baby and were stood no less than a metre and a half away from
them, but soon enough more of them came tumbling down the hill and climbing
down the trees to say hello. We were told to stay 7m ...
... often cry the way they do when meeting Santa Claus. It’s awesome. Privacy is not a thing. If you are in any way not as they wanted, they will go and tell all their friends. Of course, no matter what, they are going to go and tell all their friends, so, you know, whatever. They think that if you smile upon them—patronize their business or help them out some other way, they will magically get things easy—they’ll get a hit of Magical ...
... the Sunday school room, the stain of blood was where the children had cowered in fear as they were shot point-blank and slashed with machetes remained. On white banners hanging around the room, children who had survived had returned twenty years later and left letters and prayers. In what had been the church vestibule, were the belongings people had brought with them—schoolbooks, journals, utensils, extra clothes. Our guide told us, glassy eyed again, and in a shaky, quiet ...
There's a lot to catch up on... I'm in the Kamembe Sector of Rusizi District, right on Lake Kivu and right on the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo. It's been a whirlwind straight 12 or so days of 12 hour work days, with just one day in Kigali after the Musanze training before a six hour bus ride through rain forest on the as yet still being built Congo-Nil Road before getting to six ...