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Le Monde Francophone
Transcript of Le Monde Francophone
and is bordered by the Democratic Republic of Congo,Uganda and Tanzania. It Covers 26,340 square kilometers. Rwanda means "Land of a thousand hills".Le Rwanda est un petit pays en Afrique. Climate Rwanda,despite the fact that it's located just south of the equator it has a fairly mild climate. Its daily temperatures range from 14 - 25 degrees celcius. In Rwanda, instead of having the four seasons like us, the have two alternating ones: Dry and Rainy. These seasons generally last for 4-5 months. Le Rwanda a un climat tempéré Currency The national currency is the Rwandan Franc (RWF)
$1.00CDN = 609RWF Rwanda is generally a beautiful and relitivly peaceful country. The only requirements for entering the country are a pasport and proof of a yellow fever immunization. If you visit, pack spring or summer clothes as the weather's always warm. S'il vous plaît soyez respectueux de l'requierments Voyage. Living expenses in Rwanda are alot less than they are in North America. Most of Africa is impoverished so even the poorest person here would be substantually weathy in African Countries.I recomend keeping your money on a visa. Rwanda doesn't have a high crime rate, but you're better safe than sorry.Le Rwanda est un pays pauvre mais heureux. Behaviour Greeting are extremely important to Rwandans.There are differnt ways to greet people and an order to greetings according to age, gender and the relationship between people. Common greetings are: Muraho (hello,it's been a while), Mwaramutse (Good morning) or Mwiriwe (good afternoon/evening). Body language, gestures and facial expression all convey meaning in Rwanda. For example, when an elder or superior is around it is considered respectful to avoid eye contact with them. Le respect est très important au Rwanda Places to Visit Karisimbi Peak At 14,790 feet Karisimi Peak is the highest point in Rwanda. It's located in the northwest range of the volcanic Virunga Mountains and is home to a special species of mountain gorilla. Virunga national Park Virunga National Park and Nyungwe Forest are home to various savannah animals like zebra, antelope, buffalo, impala, apes and eagles. The people of Rwanda are generaly neat and well dressed, they wear conservative clothing similar to what we wear in North America. On special ocasions like weddings, they wear traditional clothing. Le peuple du Rwanda profiter wearinng vêtements traditionnels Dress Women wear a type of wrap called a pagne and a headband with symbolic meaning.Men also wear a wrap, and some wear a type of embroidered pants and shirt called a boubou. for some reason almost all the men wear fedoras for special occasions. Important Information Here is some very important information that you will need to know about Rwanda
Travellers are subject to the same laws as citezins and violations may lead to enprisonment (Fortunatly in 2007 Rwanda abolished the death penalty).
Photography of government buildings is prohibited.
Non-biodegradable bags are prohibited and if found, plastic bags will be confiscated. Respecter ces règles et vous shoud être fine. Rusumo Falls Rusumo Falls is a small waterfall located on the Kagera River on the border between Rwanda and Tanzania. Even though it’s not a magnificent feat of nature, Rusumo Falls has been a site for many important historical events. The falls were the scene of the first arrival of Europeans in Rwanda in 1894 and the Belgians also entered Rwanda via the falls, when they took over the country during World War I in 1916.
The Kigali Genocide Memorial Centre The Kigali Memorial Centre was opened on the 10th Anniversary of the Rwandan Genocide, in April 2004. The Centre is built on a site where over 250,000 people are buried. These graves are a clear reminder of the cost of ignorance. Le Rwanda est un pays beutiful avec de nombreux lieux intéressants à visiter. Travel in Rwanda Taxis are basically minivans that are used to transport lots of people around Rwanda, moter bike taxi's are another form of travel but they can only transport one person at a time. Ces deux sont les formes les plus courantes de Voyage au Rwanda.de se déplacer facilement au Rwanda WARNING! Health Risks Kigali, Rwandas capital city is home to Rwandas two main hospitals, But most people outside the city trust traditional healing methods more than modern medicine. The main health concerns of Rwanda are: Malaria, HIV/AIDS, tuberculosis, Malnutrition and respiratoiry infections. Rwanda's health care system is inifecient, there are only 0.5 Pysicians per 1,000 people and 1.2 hospiteal beds per 1,000 people. Méfiez-vous des risques pour la santé! Food My Favourite Part Most Rwandans eat foos made with sweet potatoes, beans, corn, peas, millet and fruit. boiled beans, bananas, sweet potatoes or cassava. Umutsima (a dish of cassava and corn), isombe (cassava leaves with eggplant and spinach) and mizuzu (fried plantains) are common dishes. Dinner is the heaviest meal. Between meals, Rwandans often snack on fruits. Tropical fruits such as avocados, bananas, mangos and papaya are abundant in Rwanda. Roadside vendors in urban areas sell roasted corn and barbecued meat. Food My Favourite Part The Rwandan People eat food made from locally grown ingredients. They eat dishes consist mainly of sweet potatoes, beans, corn, peas, millet and fruit. Breakfast is usually porridge or bread with tea (with lots of milk and sugar). Lunch and dinner usually involve beans, bananas, sweet potatoes or cassava. Popular dishes are Umutsima (a dish made from cassava and corn), Isombe (cassava leaves with eggplant and spinach) and Mizuzu (fried plantains). Rwandans are lucky enough to have fruits like bananas, mangos, avocados and papaya grow in their country and be able to snack on them during the day. Like in almost any country, Rwandans (particularly Rwandan men) love beer. They have a large commercial brewery and make beer and other alcohols at home. And example is Ikigage, a locally made alcohol. Women in Rwanda rarely drink alcohol.
Rwandans who live in rural ares rarely eat meat, maybe only once or twice a month, because of this many children suffer from protein deficiency. Rwandans in rural areas have better access to meat so it's eaten more often. Commonly eaten meats are beef, chicken and fish for those who live near the water). Rwandais aiment leur nourriture. Places to Stay Rural houses in Rwanda are fairly small (one main room and one or two other rooms) and are made of wood or mudd bricks. Because 80% of Rwandas population live in rural areas most rwandans live in wood or brick houses. In urban areas housing ranges from disorganized squatter areas to North-Amerian style housing. Most people in large cities rent.
The Hotel des Mile Collines is a four strar hoted in Kigali. It was established in 1973. The Hotel des Mille Collines has 112 rooms an executive suites with balcony, all with direct telephone. All rooms have been completely refurbished and now hold flat screen TV, Wireless internet, Air conditioning and a Mini Bar. There are 4 fully equipped meeting and conference rooms that you can book online, a swimming pool, a fitness room as well as a floodlit tennis court and a resturant on the fourth floor offering french and international cuisine. Rwanda