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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... and the doctors had good feelings that the kids will do a lot better during the final test.
The third step was about visual information that we shared with the kids. We showed to the kids videos about malaria at Kayonza Youth Friendly center and Ecole Secondaire de Rukara. The videos clearly explained the stages of Malaria from the bites of the mosquitos to weakness of the body. Doctor Silas from Kayonza took the time to ...
... other for the good of their village or city. When I showed up everyone looked at me as if I had 2 heads but was quickly welcomed with a hoe and an area to start working in. After about 20 minutes I was already exhausted. It seemed like I was the only one sweating, my hands were red from the soil, which soon covered the entirety of my jersey. My technique was terrible as I pulled way too much dirt with the weeds; I was probably doing ...
... the water filter so I have water to drink! It took me a while at first but I seem to be getting into a routine now!
I seem to be in the 'centre' of my village and the village hardly ever sleeps! There is a constant noise of music, motorbikes, chatting and noisiest of all...the non stop mooing from the cows that live behind my house! The first night I did not get a wink of sleep jumping at every sound...it started to rain and it's so loud on the metal roof that I ...
... around people sitting or walking on the sidewalks, watching for open holes and hoses, wires, ropes and so on. The women in particular like to wear colorful clothing so the streets were kaleidoscopes of undulating colors. Hawkers were yelling about their superior wares and cajoling people to step into their shops. We didn’t linger but it was quite fascinating. Our driver came looking for us, fearing us lost, just as ...
... to Nairobi.
The 47 day overlanding journey was the most incredible month and a half, meeting so many young at heart, easy going people, and being stunned by the gorgeous landscape and wildlife of Africa. This is one journey I will never forget and highly recommend to anyone looking to travel Africa.
I only took few photos in Rwanda for obvious reasons but here are a few: