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... eat, and get back to the classroom.
The first task was to get to the bus stop from class. We all hiked up the hill (a ten minute hike), walked around the first roundabout, and our destination was in view: a big dirt lot with about 10 buses parked. The class split up and tried to find which bus we needed to take. After saying "Kimironko" a couple of times, before we knew it we had someone half guiding, half running us to our bus. We climbed on the ...
... to go back to the room and go to sleep. And then I sit in the restaurant, by myself, eating. And when I say by myself, I mean there’s no one else in the restaurant at all. Awkward.
Then sometime during the middle of the night Bill started puking his guts out. So glad this is the night before we start roughly 36 hours of travel to get home.
Aaaah... few pics for this blog to come. I'm not sure where they got save to!
... to visit them in their house. I’ve been to this house quite a few times over the years, but this was the first time that Marjolaine had come, and for us to come as a couple made it especially memorable. Several asked about our daughters whom they remember well from our 2006 family visit.
After taking some photos, we piled back in the van and drove back to the hall where we switched vehicles and drove with Ndeo to visit Damascène and Berthilde in ...
... ish "eh" and the full-Fonzie "eh".
For example, a simple greeting between two people might sound like this:
This translates as:
John: Good Morning Michel!
Michel: Good Morning John!
People who haven't seen each other for a while might have a conversation like this:
John: (Full-Fonzie) Eh!
Michel: (Full-Fonzie) Eh!
This translates as:
John: Michel! How ...
... when you walk into a store, 3/4 of the place is dedicated to women's clothing. We also have countless shops strictly for women, while men's stores are few and far between.
In Rwanda, the tables are turned... I had to go shopping for professional clothing and shoes yesterday and it was a nightmare. Every other store we walked into sold strictly men's clothing. A trip that would have required a visit to a single store, and 45 minutes time in the ...