Lake View Apartments and Hotel

Address: Av. Corniche NO 04, Gisenyi, 250, Rwanda | 2 star hotel
 
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This 2 star hotel is located on Av. Corniche NO 04, Gisenyi.
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      Travel Blogs from Gisenyi

      HUMANitarian

      A travel blog entry by deniseang on Nov 21, 2014

      ... 8212;that my hours off-duty also be exemplary. I’m not fishing for compliments, but I’m just saying, let’s all be realistic here! You can tell people you admire their work or project, but don’t assume anything else. Because, frankly, I’ve seen some of the worst of humanity here, but I’m not going to judge. There are a lot of days I’ve never been a more terrible ...

      A Woman Alone: The Real Adventures Begin

      A travel blog entry by deniseang on Oct 07, 2014

      ... of this lake peaking out from mist just after sunrise, somewhere up a dirt road out of Mukamira. Sometimes life is pretty amazing.

      I did make it to the distribution, by 11 am (I left at 5:30 am…) and somehow (and somewhat unsurprisingly), we had not yet started. In fact, we were not even close to ready. I’ll just say that not all partners are…. Actively willing to be available and accommodating… Sigh. So ...

      Full Circle, or, Past is Present

      A travel blog entry by deniseang on Sep 19, 2014

      17 photos

      ... the church so they could not escape. As far as I know, he continues to walk free today, though he is no longer residing in Nyamata. It was chilling walking into those places. The bones of the dead were stacked together in Ntarama—you could see the fractures from machete strikes, the broken jaws, and smashed in teeth. You could see tiny, tiny femurs that must have belonged to children no older than 5. Their clothes were gathered and hung off the rafters and piled neatly ...

      Comes With the Territory

      A travel blog entry by deniseang on Aug 22, 2014

      1 comment

      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 ...

      Tragic loss in nomansland

      A travel blog entry by dentalvagabond on Aug 20, 2014

      11 photos

      ... Lucky? I didn't feel very lucky though...jammed on the bench with my 20kg backpack on my lap for two thirds of the time clamping my arteries in the legs until my toes went numb I couldn't believe the situation. The road conditions were horrible, the condition of the bus even worse, the combination of the two was abysmal! It took - believe it or not - 6 hours and 50 minutes to cover 90 km. I was so done! My butt hurt sooo bad! I was hoping for a nice accommodation at last and ...