Sphinx Belair

Address: Kigali, Rwanda | Hotel
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    Chimpanzee forest and back to Kigali, Rwanda

    A travel blog entry by trebsontour on Aug 30, 2015

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    ... to help. There had been a lot of the ditches completed but as we drove on it was apparent that there were months of hand picking to go. On the drive back we passed several 'dairy farms' visible from the road. I started seeing herds of Friesians on the fertile flats in the Ugandan valleys and in Rwanda there were several housed dairy herds. The herds looked to be about 30 - 40 in size. There are many health related problems with the milk supply including lack of ...

    Let the fun begin!

    A travel blog entry by trebsontour on Aug 25, 2015

    ... about the Rwandan genocide and people buying their lives for US $200 here or US$800 there, the former would be okay, but I was a bit short on the second. Not that there's going to be the opportunity to have to pay for my life, the genocide was 20 years ago but the thought still enters the back of my mind. Then I'm thinking I can grab some cash on the visa if I run short but then apparently visa is not that freely available where I'm going. ...

    Here we go! Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda

    A travel blog entry by vicki_howard on Jun 18, 2015

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    ... an extremely fun and also tiring afternoon dancing, playing games, singing and dancing some more with the kids, before settling down to a rather disturbed nights sleep on the classroom floor. Then the next day, it was back down the hill, across the lake and onto the truck for the drive into Rwanda, the country where plastic bags are illegal. Our first stop in Rwanda was Musanze, a friendly town in the north of the country where we had a delicious lunch ...

    Down to the last 2 months

    A travel blog entry by lcomeau5 on May 31, 2015

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    ... that we can now pass down to the next grantees. These range from creating Imovies and writing formal documents to learning how to drive a moto and bargaining with vendors, the list is endless. Yet, I know our journey is far from over and we have more to learn.

    Our major concern right now is getting international NGO status in Rwanda. Previously, we had local status, however, we have been informed that we now ...

    Training Day

    A travel blog entry by danielharper on Apr 26, 2015

    ... for lots of questions and further discussion at the end of Mr. M's seminar. Then it was time to close the seminars prior to lunch. For lunch we had delicious goat brochettes with spices along with delicious bbq potatoes. Before eating, I had a chance to talk with Mr. Sibo again for a while. After a nice long lunch and discussion, two young men came to discuss baptism. Mr. Mundeli translated for them. Since the main room had been used ...

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