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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      Kicking off the new year with a bang :)

      A travel blog entry by lcomeau5 on Feb 01, 2015

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      ... created a test with basic questions on malaria for the kids to take at the Kayonza, Nyamirama, Rukara, and Rwinkwavu courts. The pre-test average scores (out of 100) were 66, 53, 64, and 67, which averaged out to a 62.5% total for all sites, with about 105 kids taking the test. Although the results were a decent average for pre-testing, our goal was to get that above 80% by the end of the month.

      In the next two weeks, we invited ...

      Hours of Inspiration from Incredible Women

      A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Sep 09, 2014

      ... and the I Am Rwandan program. It was very unfortunate that I missed this, but I am also glad that I took the time to recuperate so I could be 100% for the afternoon activity.

      We traveled about an hour from Butare after lunch to a village that was home to a women's organization/cooperative. Because I think it will be more meaningful than me just talking about it, I wrote down the entire background and question and answer session. Essentially the group ...

      On the road to Butare!

      A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Sep 08, 2014

      ... to bring good fortune (unfortunately I do not remember the names of the trees). In the replica, however, there were three huts: The hut for the king, the hut for the milk, and the hut for the beer. First we toured the king's hut. We were told that the king would often have more than one "compound" and would have more than one wife. The wife and the king were the only ones who lived in the king's hut. We removed our shoes and entered the hut which contained the king and his wife's ...

      Land of a Thousand Hills

      A travel blog entry by montysafrica on Aug 26, 2014

      32 photos

      ... and subsequent erosion. The gums are also treasured as a fast growing resource which is used for construction and firewood to heat homes and dry tea leaves. Most of the land is a patchwork of small divisions of wheat, sorghum, corn, sweet potato, Irish potato, sugar cane, cassava and carrots with larger stretches of terraces covered in rice paddies and huge tea plantations. Despite the small farming lots, most are now members ...

      Good Fences Make Good Neighbours

      A travel blog entry by lisarturner on Jul 24, 2014

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      ... have huge gates that they must open to get into their compound. The gates are wide enough to admit a car, and most gates also have a person-sized door installed in one of the sides of the gate.

      Considering the history of this country, I can understand why a person might think such a fencetop would be necessary.
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