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... up to a local lady
and shoving a camera in her face, snap snap snap followed by what I can only
imagine were Rwandan expletives of ' you f'ing tourist. I am not a pawn to be
photographed as you wish. You jack ****!'.
The hike was steep
and involved jumping from log to log in very deep mud. Needless to say John's
energy waned quickly and he was soon lagging far behind. We waited, not a
problem. I was just concerned he was over doing it and ...
In the US and many another country, people shy away from the term "Feminism." It has become synonymous with “man-hating.” That’s stupid. Denying Feminism means denying that today in this world, everywhere in the world, women are subjected to being less than human. You Feminism deniers, I’d like you to look in the eye one of the little girls I’ve met in the village that were pulled out of school to care ...
... 8220;Goof Ball Field”—really just a field with a couple soccer goal posts and some small ponds for fish farming next to it. I spent the morning frantically assembling filters and moving things off and onto trucks. They had traditional dancers and singers perform, which was lovely. The community health workers were AMAZING. They were assembling filters, performing their skits, and sending in phone forms like the professionals we’ve trained them to be. Proud is not ...
... in amongst it for a while but then got bored cos they were speaking a language I didn't understand. They marched up the street singing and dancing it was a bit of fun.
This arvo take two on the shopping. Both markets were open but they only sell second hand stuff so I will have to wait till I get back to Nairobi to get some more clothes.
Im off to Ruhengeri tomorrow to meet the ...
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 ...