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  • Rwanda [img=https://photos.travell Posted by MikeSebastian in Imagine the World | Dec 20, 2017
  • Chapter 31 - Gorilla Trekking in Rwanda, plus Uganda & KenyaIntroduction Trekking up to see the highly endangered gorillas of northern Rwanda has been an absolute highlight of our trip. We spent an incredible 1 hour sitting with the Amhora family, that included one huge silverback, about eight female gor Posted by capetocape2017 in Cape to Cape 2017. By Land. Mostly | Nov 29, 2017
  • [37/643] Golden MonkeysAfter the incredible day with the mountain gorillas, no one was terribly excited about the Golden Monkeys.  We had to depart at 6:30am once again. The irony that I was consistently waking up considerably earlier on my vacation than I Posted by mkwan in Around the World | Jul 7, 2017
  • [36/643] Mountain GorillasIt's hard to describe the experience of seeing a mountain gorilla in the wild for the first time. I woke up at 5am, we had breakfast at 6am, and left the hotel at 6:30am. We got to the place where they Posted by mkwan in Around the World | Jul 6, 2017
  • [35/643] Kigali to Volcanoes National ParkKigali is a surprisingly clean city. I didn't realize it at the time, being just my 2nd country in Africa, but compared to the trash-filled roadsides of much of the rest of Africa, the contrast is startling. They've also Posted by mkwan in Around the World | Jul 5, 2017
  • [34/643] KigaliI woke up at around 6 or 7am with a little bit of a sore throat, so I garbled with salt water and took some ColdFX. Seemed to be fine later in the day. I spent today exploring the city Posted by mkwan in Around the World | Jul 4, 2017
  • [33/643] KigaliDidn't do too much on this day. I went out and explored a little bit of the city. When I got into the small town center, I found a place to get a local SIM card (about $0.70 - 500 francs). Posted by mkwan in Around the World | Jul 3, 2017
  • [32/643] Fly from Addis Ababa to Kigali, RwandaManaged to get all the stuff I had left at the Addissinia Hotel back into my backpack which was back to complete fullness.  I still wanted to figure out how to get rid of some stuff. Over the past Posted by mkwan in Around the World | Jul 2, 2017
  • In Transit and Likely Out of Touch for AwhileWe will be behind on our blog for awhile. Sorry, our faithful readers! You will just have to be patient. We volunteered for 2 weeks in Arusha,Tanzania then went on a 6-day safari to Tanangire, Ngorogoro, Serengeti and Manyara National Posted by donnajimtravels in Adventures by donnajimtravels | Mar 22, 2013
  • Travel onThe hilly city of Kigali is the capital of Rwanda and has a population of roughly 1 million. It's home to memorials and museums dedicated to the Rwanda Genocide. <u>PLANS</u>: Fly into Kigali at 7:15pm and relax overnight, before heading Posted by Travelsake in My African Adventure | Aug 4, 2014
  • More traveling and border crossings<u>PLANS</u>: After traveling in from Uganda, via the Katuna border, visit the Gisozi Genocide Memorial Museum, local arts and crafts shops and fruit markets. Time to get up and head for another crazy border crossing, Uganda back to Rwanda. Posted by Travelsake in My African Adventure | Aug 7, 2014
  • Monkey TrekkingVolcanoes National Park in northwestern Rwanda is home to the Golden Monkey and is a haven for Mountain Gorillas. It has five volcanoes of the Virunga Mountains. The park was the base for zoologist Dian Fossey, of Gorillas in Posted by Travelsake in My African Adventure | Aug 5, 2014
  • 1. danZačelo se je naše potovanje v Afriko. Primož nas je pobral v Ljubljani in nas zapeljal na Brnik. Skupaj potujemo Aleš, Katja, Primož (drugi) in Anja. Vkrcali smo se na letalo in po slabih treh urah prispeli v Istanbul. [img=https://photos.traveller Posted by g.alezek in Amasiko Uganda | Aug 28, 2016
  • Goodbye RwandaMe and the guide drove back to him house. He bid me farewell and shouted “Au Revoir” at me. I drove the rented jeep all the way back to my hotel. I sat down in the large red couch and Posted by amj123 in Natural Rwanda | Nov 26, 2015
  • NyungweAs I once again entered another beautiful national park. I looked forward and saw that the park stretched out for thousands and thousands of miles. It seemed like it had no end. I had never seen such a large stretch Posted by amj123 in Natural Rwanda | Nov 24, 2015
  • Elephants At Akagera Today I went to Akagera National Park which is a national park within Rwanda. In total, the national park has an area of 1,200 square km. It is located in eastern Rwanda and the address is Gatsibo, Rwanda. The park's Posted by amj123 in Natural Rwanda | Nov 18, 2015
  • Africa's World War (cont'd) For the first chapter refer to [[]] Somehow life went on in Rwanda at the beginning of 1995. Amid the ruins. With the killi Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Aug 3, 2015
  • Africa's World WarI have started to read a fantastic book about "Congo, the Rwandan genocide, and the making of a continental catastrophe" by the French author Gérard Prunier. It's definitely worth reading in its entirety, but for all of you who might Posted by maike42 in Nordish by Nature | Jul 26, 2015
  • NinaYesterday I had a lot of downtime as I was somehow experiencing a hangover after drinking two beers on Friday night (yes, you read that correctly) and miserably wallowing in the loss of my stolen iphone. Yep, that's right. Posted by jennpete in This is Africa | Aug 10, 2014
  • 'ZunguWell into my third week here in Kigali and my initial fascination with the beautifully-printed dresses, tropical landscape and moto taxis has now given way to the more subtle undertones of Rwandan living--the good, the annoying, the neutral and the Posted by jennpete in This is Africa | Jul 30, 2014
  • Volcano Days AheadThis weekend I am going to commune with the gorillas and I have never been more excited. Rwanda is one of the few places in the world that are home to mountain gorillas. They live in the Parc Posted by jennpete in This is Africa | Jul 24, 2014
  • Big and FreeToday marks the end of week two in Rwanda. The time is flying by but I still have a month here to take it all in. It's pretty much allergy season year-round here so I'm finding myself much Posted by jennpete in This is Africa | Jul 19, 2014
  • MotoliciousToday I learned that motos and long skirts are not a preferred combination. Photo courtesy of The New Times Posted by jennpete in This is Africa | Jul 17, 2014
  • On BlastHey hey! My blog post on the African Entrepreneur Collective website is live. Check it out: [[]] Posted by jennpete in This is Africa | Jul 16, 2014
  • CrawlingKigali is starting to make a bit more sense. I've gotten lost about three times in the past two days which just means that I know my way around even that much better now. Luckily Rwanda is a really Posted by jennpete in This is Africa | Jul 11, 2014
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