Hotel Garni Du Centre

Address: B.P. 548, Kigali, Rwanda | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on B.P. 548, Kigali, is near Avenue du Commerce.
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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

    9 comments, 52 photos

    ... it really stunk. Fortunately, we were given seats near the door and immediately opened our window. Luckily, everyone was still sleeping so there was no window incident to speak of!! You would think that getting into Rwanda was a simple affair, but it was far from simple. We had tried to get visas in Uganda and were given the run around, so decided to try the online application option. You need to have a visa before you arrive in Rwanda. This is the only African country ...

    In the town

    A travel blog entry by mikeandmary on Dec 01, 2014

    2 photos

    ... armed with guns, clubs and machetes and set up road blocks
    with the sole purpose of killing the Tutsi people. The UN had
    peacekeeping soldiers on the ground who were aware of what was
    happening but could not act under their orders. Indeed the UN were
    advised in advance that Belgium soldiers in the UN would be killed
    before the killing of 10 of them. This action resulted in the
    Belgiums being withdrawn and a force of ...

    Reflecting on my first month in Rwanda!

    A travel blog entry by elysiarwandavso on Nov 14, 2014

    9 photos

    ... by big smiles and laughs from Jack my night guard and the lady in the local shop gave me a massive hug and shouted Muzungo excitedly when I returned! It was so lovely and made me feel like I belong. The biggest difference I have found is the response from the local children. Rather than running away or hiding, like they did initially, some of the children will now run up to greet me often shouting and laughing in excitement and giving me big cuddles. Which always puts a ...

    From Kacyiru to Gikondo

    A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Nov 14, 2014

    35 photos

    ... that had fresh puddles after the rain. The smell of rice, chips, and meat cooking for lunch was in the air and got stronger the further I proceeded into the village. I continued down 712 and witnessed the beautiful view of the city over some of the houses. In addition to houses, the street is lined with small shops that sell a variety of goods, most of which are indicated on the outside of the each shop by signs with each logo. One ...

    Mannerisms

    A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Oct 23, 2014

    1 comment

    ... way I can have control of 90% of the situations that influence my arrival time, so it's easiest not to care. Also, what is 10 minutes anyway? Just the other night Patrick and I went to see a documentary and then went to a bar. I had my first curfew in several years (10:00, as it was Monday and the following day we had to leave much earlier for school and work than normal). Naturally, I didn't time the bus properly, wasn't aware that the bus would take 40 minutes to fill up (can't ...