Kigali smiles generously. There is intrigue, amusement or a smile on most faces that a visitor crosses on the streets here. and kind to each other in numerous small ways. Elsewhere, we spent time discussing conflict, peace and post-conflict societies. This elsewhere was a classroom several years back, in Bangalore. We were high on ideas … Continue reading Possibilities in forgiveness and healing: Rwanda
Morning city. Nippy weather. The quiet is soothing. As though God muted India’s volume on the planet.
Kigali youngsters on KN 2 show up for a promo. These young men and women smile as easily as the breeze that blows in these hills. Grumpy Indian can learn a good deal, about shaking a hip even as one waits for the bus to arrive, or smile as one walks past.
Bourbon CoffeeThis cafe believes ‘coffee is as important as dreams’.Couldn’t agree more.
Sidewalks. KigaliWalk. Walk. And more walk.
Rwanda reads - 17/7/2018KigaliDian Fossey. With all the gorilla trekking in this country’s high season for tourism, hard to not think of three lovely ladies who did much to shape my early childhood impressions . In adult life too, Fossey continues to inspire. Her lines, feel as though were waiting for me to get here … Continue reading