Monthly Archives: July 2008

Some tidbits I learned in Rwanda (posted June 2008 from our first trip to Rwanda)

Rwanda is the most densely populated African country.  Though there are some relatively flat lands, most of it is hilly and mountainous.  We stayed in a metropolitan area of the capital city, Kigali.  However, in Kigali, which is built on … Continue reading

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But wait – there’s more!

I am not sure when I will officially be done writing this blog.  I have so much left to share.  The truth is, I have been very fortunate.  I am able to reminisce with Miranda and Le . . .  … Continue reading

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Some favorite photos of the trip

Dressed in our finest for the final farewell dinner.  Center is Eddie. Here is the lady I mentioned in the previous blog whose kids seem too close in age.  I am holding her bright-eyed daughter. My first experience in seeing … Continue reading

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Day 12:Save the Worst (or Best) for Last or the Long and Winding Road (from the Beatles)

Day 12:  Save the Worst (or Best) for Last or the Long and Winding Road (from the Beatles) This was the one day we felt we made a real difference.  Maybe I am speaking for myself.  Several of our group … Continue reading

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