Category Archives: Ruanda

Using every square meter

Every square centimeter is fully utilised in Rwanda. On the terraces we see farms and in the valleys the rice fields remind us of huge Chess boards. We are cycling in the east of Rwanda and it is hard to … Continue reading

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Johann and his big heart for children

Johann Bosco invited us for dinner and we ate at the shores of Lake Muhazi. He told us about the genocide of 1994 and the steps that Rwanda has made in the area of development. He was very resourceful and … Continue reading

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Johann and the bank

We arrived in Kayonza which is a small town in western Rwanda. Out of the blues we were stopped by Johann Bosco (on the left) who was excited about what we were doing and wanted to pay it forward by … Continue reading

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Rwanda – hours of silence (2)

The next day we visited Nyamata and Ntarama Memorial Sites where fleeing Tutsi were looking for a sanctuary in 1994. They run to the churches that are located there believing that the Hutus would never attack them in a sacred … Continue reading

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Rwanda – hours of silence (1)

When we reached the Rwandan border we were disappointed as Walti  was returned by the Rwandan border Immigration as he needed to have applied for his visa online. We pleaded with them as this was the first time that the … Continue reading

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