Motel du Mont Huye

Address: Butare, Rwanda | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Butare, is near National Museum of Rwanda.
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        Day 13: Everyone is waiting for their turn.

        A travel blog entry by laura-rwanda on Aug 08, 2015

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        ... 8217; (our national anthem and ‘15 miljoen mensen’ (translation: 15 million people). Furthermore we show the story about Jantje and the hole in the dike and we jump with skipping ropes . The Rwandese presentation is a traditional wedding and that’s funny to see.

        After the presentation it’s time to say goodbye to the most people of the summer camp. We take some pictures and we wipe out our contact data. After saying ...

        Day 12: Earthquake

        A travel blog entry by laura-rwanda on Aug 07, 2015

        1 comment, 3 photos

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        After the exercise we play football, girls and boys mixed and the game is 2 x 45 minutes, like a normal game in the Netherlands. Unfortunately we lose, that sucks, but it was very nice to play.

        If we’re back, every group has to give their presentation. Maaike and I show the 5 things we have found and Cedrick tells about the daily family life in Rwanda. He tells that it’s common in Rwanda to wake up around 06.00 and to start preparing supper around ...

        Day 11: Come in contact with youth of Rwanda.

        A travel blog entry by laura-rwanda on Aug 06, 2015

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        ... 00. Different from the Netherlands, the students have 3 months school and then 3 weeks holiday. A lot of students sleep, eat and learn at school, they live at school for 3 months. Also different from the Netherlands, is that the language is English, not Kinyarwanda. In the Netherlands it’s mainly in Dutch. Special is that they have a special language to learn, Swahili. If I understood it correctly, it’s for business.

        As I arrive again at ...

        Day 9: The chance to come between the peope.

        A travel blog entry by laura-rwanda on Aug 04, 2015

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        ... family, a boy who's 18 years old. He’s got two sisters and one brother. In our point of view the house is little and there aren’t windows. In the garden are goats and there’s also a pig. The toilet is a hole in the ground.

        The first thing we do after we see the house is going to the supermarket. Anne says that she’s vegetarian and that’s no problem. The supermarket is little ...

        Kicking off the new year with a bang :)

        A travel blog entry by lcomeau5 on Feb 01, 2015

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        ... to measure how much information the kids retain from each topic, we will distribute pre-tests in the first week and the same test in the last week, with the goal of seeing a percentage increase from the pre- to post-tests.

        For the month of January, malaria was the topic of choice considering it was a high season for the infectious disease in Rwanda. During the week of January 5th, with the help of Kigali medical students, Remy ...