Back state sideSo I've been back in the good old USofA for 19 hours now and all I can say is how much I'm missing Rwanda. Every time I leave, I miss it more and more. This was only my third time there, but boy oh boy was it just as amazing as the first time I was there.
What made this trip stand out was being a tour guide for 6 Americans who'd never been to Rwanda before. Being able to share this wonderful country and amazing people with them was great. I guess in the back of my mind I had worried, what if they don't fall in love with the country the way I am . . . what if they find the trip boring . . . what if they're not impressed with the red colour of the soil or the beauty of the people, but luckily for me, every one of our travellers LOVED the trip!
I will try to upload a few more photos later this week for you all to enjoy, but no promises about when that will be as the jet lag has not kicked in yet . . . fingers crossed it won't at all, but I sorta know that's not the way jet lag works (LOL)
Thanks again to all my US travellers who joined Vicky & me in Rwanda for the past 8 days. For those of you who didn't join us but would like to know more about the work we do, please visit www.itafari.org