I have the opportunity to travel to many different continents and countries. These experiences provide a worldview that allows me to look at life from different window frames. In each case, I see more things that are the same and less differences. While traditions, cultures, and food,

climate, and landscapes offer new views, I find that humanity seeks identical goals. Striving for peace and security, with the opportunity to advance, give their children a better life, and make a difference.

Annual visits to the country of Rwanda for six to seven weeks since 1999 provide a perspective and understanding that I will share with you. Don’t worry about space because of the luggage. Thanks to the virtual world, you can travel with me.

Each Wednesday I will take you to the places I visit in the country.

  1. Kigali is the capital of the country, where on each leg of any trip, you have to pass through Kigali.
  2. Butare is where the National University of Rwanda and the gateway to Nyungwe National Park.
  3. Nyungwe National Park we stay in Gisakura that borders the western part of the Park.
  4. Cyangugu borders to DRC (Democratic Republic of Congo) and a spectacular view of the Southern tip of Lake Kivu.
  5. Akagara National park is in the east bordering Tanzania.
  6. Kibuye is in the middle of Lake Kivu.
  7. Ruhengeri is at the base of the Virunga Volcanoes where the Mountain Gorillas live.
  8. This is the northern tip of Lake Kivu, a great resort area with boulevard along the lake with palm trees.