Tag Archives: Rwanda

At Lake Kivu Serena you deposit fatigue and withdraw relaxation

There comes a time in life when you concede that actually, fatigue seems to be taking over. You start going to bed and getting up feeling cheated, waking up still feeling exhausted just because even as you slept you still … Continue reading

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Rwanda’s tourism menu is now a buffet situation

Restaurants can easily be categorised by the size and type of menus they have in place. I’ve been to quite a number and I am always fascinated by what they have to offer and how it is presented. In some … Continue reading

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Ruhunda: A window into Rwanda’s living soul

On several occasions I have mentioned to my friends who have not been to Rwanda that the best thing they can do is stop just hearing about the country and come see it for themselves. This is because often times … Continue reading

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Easter with a tropical feel at Lake Kivu

If you take a close look at your calendar right about now, you can’t fail to hear a small voice in your head whispering, “So what are we doing this Easter?” You may be tempted to respond with, “So who … Continue reading

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The serene secret of the Selous

In my previous post I described my journey from Kigali – Rwanda, to a place where nature rules. This place is called Selous Game Reserve. To get there we had to fly for about 45 minutes on a Cessna Caravan … Continue reading

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Finding the serene secret of the Selous

What do you do with all the time on your hands while on a long trip by bus? Do you pull out a book and devour some chapters before sleep comes knocking? Do you start that awkward conversation with the … Continue reading

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Kigali Serena Hotel; Rwanda’s epitome of comfort

Over the weekend, the people that matter in the travel industry met in Seychelles for the 22nd World Travel Awards to recognize and reward outstanding achievements within the global travel industry. At the awards that The Wall Street Journal dubbed … Continue reading

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Media development in Rwanda

This piece appeared in my Sunday column with The Sunday Times newspaper. I have decided to share it with my readers here as well. Our media requires a new bottom-up approach By Allan Brian Ssenyonga By the time of writing … Continue reading

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