We are finally now in Rwanda. How we got here is a much longer story that involves about 14 hours of transit and a 3 am wake up call. We will hopefully write up something when we’re out tomorrow and an find an Intacreage cafe where the Inteactually tally loads a page faster than it takes to make souffle!
Today we went to the Kigali Memorial Centre for the genocide. It was very moving and extremely well put together. It is amazing how evil people can be to one another and what atrocities they will commit in the pursuit of their stupidity. I will write more abou t this when I.m not typing like my father on this stupid IPad!
We grabbed some beverages and handmade onion rings in tate are afterwards and waited for th e rain to end before walking through thegardens and mass burial site. Then we grabbed a moto-taxi back to the hostel which is a lot of fun and great way to see the city without looking through a car window, much more open. Lindsay hated it. She’ll tell you more later I’m sure.
So far we love Rwanda. the people are nicer, it feels safer, buses Steve on schedule and only use the seats given and it looks well taken care of in the buildings. This is in stark contrast to Tanzania, which was a more difficult experience,aside from the awesome safari which I will type about on a proper computer.
Goodbye for tonight, i shall adjourn to my tent in our hostel over looking a hill in Kigali. There are many hills..