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Africa Travelogue: Rwanda!
Submitted by bindero on 2007-02-09 06:45:54 (via www.odeo.net)
This article contains everything I would like to read about an African country. It’s all just so different and interesting there. Children staring at white men and running behind the car, crying “bottle!”, gorillas showing interest to cameras and farting so strong to delimitate the territory, traditional dances…Magnificent adventure!
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Submitted by Amber on 2007-02-20 04:52:14
How foolish! I don't now I would take such a risc with a gorilla. And what is with this "One more shot!" How would it change the collection, if one is to remain crippled for life?

I understand, everyone want to have a chance to be a fearless hero now-a-days, in this worlds crammed with lots of boring stuff and routine.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-08 04:13:16
surely is true and sure is a very welcoming place to travel the city is safe and among the cleaness in central africa and has recoved very well for scares of the Genocide in 1994. defalty a place to visit as i no it first hand

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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-08 09:16:13
You should not miss out on the magnificent opportunity to visit Rwanda's Parc National des Volcans (PNV) consisting of 125 Km2 of mountain forest and home to the six Virunga Volcanoes and the world famous mountain gorillas.
The exhilarating climb to the gorilla’s natural habitat of shady bamboo forest offers fantastic views in all directions, before the trackers are immersed in the mysterious intimacy of the rainforest, alive with the calls of colourful birds and the chattering of rare golden monkey.
Nothing can prepare one for the impact of encountering a fully-grown silverback gorilla, up to three times the size of an average man, yet remarkably peaceable and tolerant of human visitors.
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Submitted by wayne on 2007-08-08 09:41:59
Volcanoes providing a spectacular backdrop.

Away from the main resorts, Rwanda's lakes offer visitors rewarding glimpses into ancient African lifestyles. Here, fishermen ply the water in dugout canoes unchanged in design for centuries, while colourfully dressed ladies smoke traditional wooden pipes and troubadours strum sweetly on stringed iningire (traditional 'guitars'). And, the birdlife is fantastic: flotillas of pelicans sail ponderously across the open water, majestic crowned cranes preen their golden crests in the surrounding swamps, while jewel-like malachite kingfishers hawk silently above the shore. The fine road network, with little traffic, offers wonderful opportunities for long bicycle trips across the verdant hills and valleys. Mountain biking and hiking can be enjoyed on the thousands of kilometres of fine rural trails linking remote villages, criss-crossing the entire country.
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-09 02:03:20
heeeey that's enjoyable that you like rwanda.i'm from rwanda too that's why i'm glad to hear that you like rwanda specially to travel in rwanda wellcome.Fidele
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Submitted by Anonymous on 2007-08-09 04:25:43
RWanda is safe country and very beautifull country with 1000 hills.
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