Stipp Hotel

Address: P.O Box 2834, Kigali, Rwanda | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on P.O Box 2834, Kigali, is near Volcanoes National Park, Nyungwe National Park, Avenue du Commerce, and Mavuradonha Range.
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      Travel Blogs from Kigali

      The final Innings from Rwanda to South Africa

      A travel blog entry by sharonandjim on Dec 05, 2014

      8 comments, 52 photos

      ... Hotel Rwanda, where this incredible act of bravery took place, was an absolute must visit for us. After all the horror, we needed to celebrate the bravery of Paul Rusesabagina!!! The hotel is now run by the Kempinski Group, so we decided to treat ourselves to their wonderful buffet breakfast. It was gorgeous. It was so gorgeous that we almost forgot that we were in Hotel Rwanda and even in Africa for that matter!! It was just like the days of old for us, a step back in ...

      The Taste of Shooting Touch

      A travel blog entry by remy.ndiaye.7 on Nov 22, 2014

      46 photos

      ... categories, Coaching, Defense, Offense, Rules and Bonus from 100 to 500 points each, it didn't take Lis and I to explain them the game. As the previous one it got really intense but we were looking for was about the knowledge and understanding of the materials taught. Winners received their gifs and the others didn't complain at all because they knew it was a fair game.

      Finally, i ended the week with a ...


      A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Oct 23, 2014

      1 comment

      ... urakoze" (thank you) or "murakoze" (an even politer thank you) when getting off the bus or for being served food or drink at a restaurant. It's not that the people aren't polite, it's just that it's not the culture to really say those things. An even clearer example I think is when I say "wamfasha di?" which is the same as asking for help ("Wamfasha?") but with an "added sweetness" as Patrick puts it, I think it really surprises people. To me, I'm lost, I need some help, I really ...

      The First of Many

      A travel blog entry by lcomeau5 on Oct 06, 2014

      1 comment, 5 photos

      ... funny sometimes I feel like I'm back in NYC while people try and sell me literally anything!! I think the one that caught my eye was this guy trying to sell me a globe. Where would I even put that?

      This week we will be meeting with the Basketball Federation of Rwanda. I'm hoping we can set up an event so that the kids from the Eastern Province can come to Kigali and play in the stadium. Tomorrow we are ...

      The Memorials

      A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Sep 03, 2014

      ... least one hundred skulls, and the top contained a variety of other bones (looked like mainly arm and leg bones). The skulls demonstrated a variety of methods of death. Clear cuts in the skulls were obvious machete wounds. Skulls in pieces had been beaten with a club. And there was the occasional skull with a bullet hole, which I couldn’t help but considering these people to be lucky (yeah, lucky, but that’s not a good word for it of course, there was no luck, just ...