Tuesday - July 25, 2017
Kigali is one of the best cities in the world!! Real roads! Lights at night! Boda bodas! The weather! Beautiful jewelry shops! SMOOTHIES!!! AND BURGERS!!!!!!
I'll never get over the taste of home in a fruit smoothie and a cheeseburger.
Plan of action: get a SIM card for my little phone and go to the clothing market.
Since some places don't have wifi, and family needs to know I'm alive, I went ahead and got 200 minutes for the next two weeks. Hi
Monday - July 24, 2017
Never been so happy to leave a place at 5 a.m. so quickly. Blah blah blah same creepy guys at the bus station and same kind of bus today, but no charger.
Traveling into Rwanda, there was a notable difference in the scenery. So many hills and houses and people walking all over the place. The bus ride may have been bumpy but there were actual roads this time and the driver was back to the left side, making me feel at home. Immigration was semi annoying
Sunday - July 23, 2017
Today's bus ride absolutely sucked.
We had to say goodbye to Tanzania today and say hello to Rwanda, but not without a 26 hour bus ride split between two days! With no air conditioning!!! And only snacks to keep us full until dinner!!! Who else is excited!!!!
At a lovely 5:30 a.m., we all rolled our bags into a coach bus but not without the creepiness of a hundred men trying to offer to take our bags (but it means we'd have t
Saturday - July 22, 2017
For today, my Mama joined Irene and I for breakfast. Although a small gesture since it was our last day today, it seemed like she was being scandalous for leaving her unnamed baby by the goats in the smokehouse for a few minutes. Bread and coffee was shared over the small dinner table and my Mama couldn't stop smiling. She was really beautiful.
Before we left to the work site, the family agreed to take pictures with me so I can always remember them
Friday - July 21, 2017
It's cold up here in Mount Kilimanjaro and my body isn't adjusting well - my nose is runny and the sweaters are uncomfortable after climbing up the steepness of the area to reach our work site of the day.
Fun fact: the Chagga tribe may have neighbors all over but they don't see each other's houses because they plant like a hundred thousand trees in between. Exaggeration but maybe not, you actually can't see anything past the denseness of the trees.