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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... slowly trying to find where important places are located such as stores, pharmacy shops, barbershop, police station, Hospital, Immigration offices... Lucky me! they are not far from me at all. The people are really friendly and the ones across the streets always wave at me, ask how am doing and how basketball is going. Around 9 P.M. i was getting ready to shower and head to bed but since i am a big eater i went across the street buy some snacks for the ...
... his siblings feasting on bamboo roots. He just sat there and looked at us from a distance of about 10 feet, while the other gorilla was eating. I have to say it was a profound moment in all our lives! Soon after, he decided to move and we followed after him, in hopes of seeing the rest of the family, In just a few minutes, we came upon several other members including 2 more Silverbacks just eating away and paying no attention to us. At one point the dominant male decided he ...
... having a good munch. Time to slide some more....a hour later we reached the valley. We all laid down in sunshine. Once rested we had to walk out of the jungle...about another hour and a half. Man I was pooped and proud. We had made it. It was a deep challenge but so beautiful. I loved the group, our fearless leaders (including one with a machine gun) and Fidel. Oh my beloved Fidel. I am so fortunate. My nose is tingling and my eyes are wet with tears. And it is only ...
... for a full meal.
We thanked the Mundelis for their warm welcome and the time with them and said goodbye until tomorrow. Then we re-embarked in the RAV4 and Ndeo drove us back down the mountain to Kigali, where we then drove up a hillside to Myriam’s house which has a lovely view of Kigali. The last stretch of street leading to her house is heavily crevassed dirt, so narrow in some places it seems more an alley than a street, but this is common ...
The Streets Ahead Children's Centre Association (SACCA) is an organization located in the Eastern Province of Rwanda precisely in the Kayonza District. This center focuses on the improvement of young children living in the streets. It was established in October 2003 and has since been dedicated to the improvement of orphan girls and boys. The boys center is also located in the East in Kabarondo. Although these centers are based in the Kayonza District, they ...