Travel Blogs from Kigali
... even if she is going on 2 hours of sleep. I feel like I could go on forever about her because she has helped Remy and I tremendously since we stepped out of our planes on October 1st. She would constantly say that she couldn’t hold our hands forever, yet I never believed that she would actually leave. She has completely embraced Rwanda and the people here as her family. She will be missed cyane!
... be used for medicinal remedies, cleaning, or other health products. His employees either receive a monthly salary or work as a cooperative.
In addition, Nicholas shared with us his remarkable story. As a Hutu married to a Tutsi, he offered a unique perspective on the devastation, and allowed us to hear what it was like to return to his broken home with a dream to be a part of its rebuilding:
“If we survived, it could not be for ...
... up to leave, I noticed that we were the only customers in a large section of the restaurant. Opposite our table about 50 feet away, four staffers were just sitting around and goofing off. I guess labor is cheap here, or maybe the crowd was about to arrive. We went back to the hotel for the night. There is no air conditioning at Chez Lando, but the night air of Kigali is usually cool. I enjoyed a nice conversation with my wife and daughters on Skype. They are looking forward for me to be back ...
... we followed the schedule normally so the kids could get home before it gets dark.
Schedule for 3-on-3 Tournament
Division 1- Girls Division 2- Under 14 Division 3- 15-18 years old
A-Rwinkwavu B- Nyamirama C-Kayonza D-Rukara
9:00-9:15- Introduction (Shooting Touch and Federation)
9:30-9:45- Division 1 A vs. B & C vs. D (ref- Aime & Patrick)
... New Zealand, Abu Dhabi, Bahrain, Ireland and the UK, you have been simply amazing and we have felt so connected to you, throughout this entire journey. This really helped us to stay on the road for so long and to ENJOY IT!!
So this marks the end of stage one of our adventure as we take time out to celebrate the festive season in Australia, with our friends and families. This will be our first Australian Christmas for twelve years!! The good news is that this is ...