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... where we could not just arrive and get a visa on the border by the way!! We were actually about to give up and then the visas arrived, so Rwanda was back on the agenda. Despite having online visas, it took forever to get stamped into Rwanda. It was overly officious and we actually felt annoyed. Then came the serious bags search. No, not for drugs but rather PLASTIC BAGS! They started emptying out all the contents of our bags. Of course, we have a multitude of plastic bags. ...
... remembering to drive
on the right for a change. It does end up being a bit slow though
since the speed limit in towns is 40 KPH and the country is also all
hills. We eventually made it to town and found the campsite One Love
where we could stay. This camp and restaurant is used to help provide
the money for new limbs to the locals. 50% of all money goes to this
fund and since 1997 they have helped to provide 5000 Rwandans with
artificail limbs at no cost to ...
... in Kayonza and Rukara. where the kids were excited to now who the players of the week were. Surprisingly, they ended receiving jerseys donated by Athletes In Action and LA Baptist. i shared the jerseys with Primary kids so the secondary kids would patiently wait for the next package. But what made me really happy was the fact that they were really thankful. They said “Thank You” almost 100 times because they ...
... often times on their heads). As I approached the door to the gate of my family's home, I slowed my pace to watch the two boys having fun and playing football. I entered the gate and was welcomed by the smell of what the housegirls were preparing for lunch. I found the boys in their room playing their Playstation and relaxed a bit with them, playing some of the racing game.
The trip from school to home took approximately 1 ...
... for the things that are likely to come up in every day conversations, as well as apologize for things that I've already spilled in our chat sessions since I've been here.
I have fallen in love with the song Yantumye by King James. And that will forever be on my playlist. And probably will be played several times a day. I'm okay with not knowing what the words mean and still enjoy the music. I can see this expanding to a variety of other songs, so my playlist will ...