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... After several years of putting up with the stress and strain of the corporate world, handling the hussle and bustle of the city life, and ignoring a yearning to explore greater Africa, we've decided to reward ourselves with the journey of a lifetime. ...
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A Travel Blog entry by adkcafricatrip from Kigali, RW.09, Rwanda
... included a visit to the Kigali Memorial Center. This is a museum and memorial that, with the cooperation of Kigali city and the international community, was begun in 1999 and opened in 2004. The memorial contains the ...
A Travel Blog entry by paul_dulais from Kigali, Rwanda
... Jessica. Just as in Uganda, people are so hospitable here and genuinely keen and delighted for you to meet their friends and family. Kigali city is a million miles away from the hustle and bustle of Kampala. I'd been told to expect a little bit of Europe ...
A Travel Blog entry by pepomattic from Kigali, Kigali, Rwanda
... ", which was followed by a three hour lunch. This was due to the fact that despite the first impression of Kigali as a really clean city that remembered one more of a South American than an African city, service times are still quite African. After the ...
A Travel Blog entry by bowersan from Kigali, Rwanda
... I had accomplished my goal. After being dropped off, I walked around town and got my first good glimpse of Kigali. Surprisingly, for a capital city, there's relatively little of interest in town, and the CBD is nothing more than three 'tall' bank ...
A Travel Blog entry by reef from Kigali, Rwanda
... were a bit of a problem for my three nights here. Despite this self-inflicted state of squalor I chose to live in, the city of Kigali is wonderfully clean and prosperous. As much of it was destroyed in 1994, it has a very new, shiny, feel to it that I ...
A Travel Blog entry by dcm from Kigali, Rwanda
... recovered my MPEG4 and immediately attributed this to their safe, rehabilitated city. I had to agree with them. Kigali didn't look like a city that had taken a pounding 12 years earlier. I found it hard to imagine the terrors that unfolded ...
A Travel Blog entry by joseph_hillier from Kigali, Rwanda
... to sites and monuments of the utmost gravity and seriousness - yet I think that is almost what it is to live in Kigali: a city that is enjoying unprecedented development, but still in the shadow of an event so terrible, and one that affected the vast ...
A Travel Blog entry by joshing16 from Kigali, Rwanda
... decided to walk back to the guesthouse from there after I ate and take in the beautiful evening scenery. The hills surrounding Kigali remind me of a greener Californina, like what you would see around Stanford in the winter. Again, still a little tired ...
A Travel Blog entry by richardandfiona from Kigali, Rwanda
... to our room, which hadn't been cleaned since the last occupant. It was all sorted out pretty quickly so we decided to explore Kigali. The city is built on a number of hills and from the top of any of them you can see for miles and miles. It's very ...
A Travel Blog entry by dinovagabond from Kigali, Rwanda
... a generous American girl who unloaded her Rwandan francs on me as she was travelling the other way), I jumped onto a minibus to Kigali. About 5 minutes into my ride, a 25 yr old Rwandan woman (Josephine) starts chatting with me in French. ...
A Travel Blog entry by texasnomads from Kigali, Rwanda
... that have taken place around the globe and the after-effects of the people who were the victims. Kigali is now a busting modern city with high-rise buildings, nice restaurants and immaculate hotels. Seeing it now, you would have never ...
A Travel Blog entry by sarah.liz.nick from Kigali, Rwanda
... we drive on and even changed languages! Thank goodness for Nicole's French immersion education. Kigali, the capital of Rwanda, is a beautiful, clean and safe city. For the first time this trip it’s been safe for us to walk around ...
A Travel Blog entry by priya.akhurst from Kigali, Rwanda
... knowledge of the genocide in order to make any sense of Rwanda today; by this token we booked ourselves onto a city tour ($20 pp) that included the Kigali genocide memorial. This is well-worth going to although it makes grim viewing; I came out feeling a ...
A Travel Blog entry by ashling from Kigali, Rwanda
... apart in its openness to advice and consultation with foreign bodies and individuals. The result? A Kigali International Airport that puts Jomo Kenyatta to shame. A city of thousand hills where new, beautiful homes are springing up everywhere. Where the ...
A Travel Blog entry by oyvindsandve from Kigali, Uganda
... the genocide). We drank our beer and meet some people before we turned in early as we were heading towards Tanzania the next day. Kigali is a beautiful place, but there is not too much to see. If you want to meet some nice people and have fun, Kigali can ...
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