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Travel Blogs from Gisenyi
... that there is a stereotype that Rwandans will always respond to a question with another question. Eg, I asked a policeman if I was at the right bus stop to get to Kacyiru, to which he responded “What do you want me to do?” Apparently it’s a just thing. A ridiculous conversation between my coworkers went like this:
“Hey, which sectors will we visit tomorrow?”
“Do you think that I know?”
... is to X-ray the bodies to determine the exact cause of death (it's hard to tell with these twenty-year dessicated bodies, unless their head is clearly smashed in), clean them and treat them with a preservative, and put them in air-tight coffins for perpetuity. We saw the first shipment of of these airtight coffins - they are very high-tech.
Back at our hotel, I could still smell Murambi on my skin.
I heard that if I came here, I could ask a fisherman to take me in his boat to an island and the hot springs. It was so fun! The view was beautiful and the water was so calm. But the island was intriguing and the hot springs reminded me of ...
... is even just crossing the border, the colour of the soil, the fabric patterns, the plants, the people...
we had a tasty posh lunch at a hotel. then found somewhere else cheaper to retreat for the night. We stayed right on the Gomo Congo border crossing, hence being so cheap, I guess we were in reasonably safe hands with the heavy presence of Rwanda army soldiers and next door to the UN base.
Something must have been going off ...
... it, passion fruit,
pineapple etc..This would certainly set us up for the day! Our first
day we took as a relax day, we sauntered into the local town where of
course we were all made a fuss of by the locals. Children shouting
“Mzungo!” which means white person. Later on in the day we
decided to go for a leisurely run....this didn't quite happen. We
were surrounded by around 15 kids all running alongside us, whilst