Rwanda is nicknamed 'the country of a thousand hills'.
In this article, I am showing you great scenery and interesting places.
One day, at the end of the afternoon, Melanie asked the priest of this church if we could sleep on the land. He accepted without reservation.
The next day, we forgot it was a Sunday. Many parishioners came for the mass and parked their bicycle very close to our van.
At the beginning of the trip, I was telling you that Rwandan people were a bit shy. This shyness had gone away not long after we started travelling.
Children were sometimes annoying. For them, it was a game to shout 'amazungu' (white people) and to ask for money or bottles, but for us it sometimes became such an annoyance that we sometimes fled from people without talking to them (including some adults).
Crossing some bridges is rather risky. It is better to check the state of the bridge before venturing onto it.
After crossing the bridge, I took a few pictures with the effect of attracting a mob of curious people in the space of only a few minutes.