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

      Day 2 Gorillas- trail blazing

      A travel blog entry by kmarich on Oct 14, 2014

      21 photos

      ... constantly moving. We soon find ourselves off the beaten track, literally bush bashing our way along steep mountain edges, amongst thick vines, bamboo and the dreaded stinging nettles. It was becoming ridiculous. About 2 hrs later we do see our first gorillas as we perch precariously, trying not to slide down the mountain we have just laboriously climbed. As soon as we reach them, they move on. We are not feeling the love and almost feel that they ...

      Goodbye England....Hello Rwanda!

      A travel blog entry by elysiarwandavso on Oct 07, 2014

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      ... br> Kigali is a very calm, beautiful and clean city! I can not get over how clean Rwanda is especially Kigali. It is illegal to drop rubbish on the floor here and people really do follow the rules it's spotless! During the in country training we visited the Genocide Memorial Centre - I had been before when I visited Rwanda in 2009 but I had forgotten how emotional and shocking it is. I am not going to go into any of the history here! But I ...

      A Woman Alone: The Real Adventures Begin

      A travel blog entry by deniseang on Oct 07, 2014

      ... By the time we finished it was getting dark, and here in Rwanda, everything stops when the sun goes down. It’s incredible how street lighting changes daily life, seriously. (Or electricity, for that matter.) So the cell official and I booked it together because she was headed in my direction and roads out here are even more impassable at night than they are during the day. We hiked up and down through fields and down more ...

      The real beginning. Yesterday's belated entry.

      A travel blog entry by ashleynharbin on Aug 29, 2014

      ... mass tables of produce and a section of fish. Corners to turn with shops run by the locals that sold everything from backpacks to cell phones to meat to dresses. I would have taken a picture, but with how crowded it was I was a bit worried that someone would quickly snatch my camera if I held it up.

      With the help of other Rwandans and bus boys, we managed to get ourselves to the shopping center (the UTC) where we got our phones, SIM cards, and loaded ...

      Travel on

      A travel blog entry by travelsake on Aug 05, 2014

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      ... Tanzania and actual sidewalks and apparently even traffic laws. The only thing different than most other big cities I visit, is that there were military personnel armed with machine guns on every street corner. I guess they take their jaywalking seriously. Vehicles with armed military guys hanging off the sides would also occasionally drive by. It never felt threatening and I never saw them doing much, but their presence is very much there.


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