Saturday, October 21, 2006

A smattering of photos

With Boniface, his wife, and most of his kids.
Beautiful downtown Gisenyi, by the bus station
The Gisenyi market, where you can find fabric, vegetables, ghee, and various odds and ends made in China or Kenya.

Gahonda, the silverback of the Sabyinyo Group of gorillas, contemplates a deep thought. Gahonda apparently means "to crush" in Kinyarwanda. At 400 pounds, I don't doubt his ability.


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Crusher. I like that.

10/26/2006 12:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Morgan, I have just read your blog and loved it. Can you tell me a bit more on how you found your way to did you become involved, what steps did you take to get there etc. You are an inspiration to like minded people. Congratulations on a job well done!

1/24/2007 11:27 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi morgan,

I got to know a man coming from Rwanda. He fascinated me somehow and I wanted to surprise him with some rwandan expressions. (In 2006, I have been to Tanzania and therefore had started to learn Kisuaheli...I like foreign languages).
so that is how I stepped onto your pages - What I discovered so far-I liked very much,
maybe I manage to learn some Kinyarwanda with your help...

9/26/2007 4:42 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Rwanda was simply one of the greatest trips of my life. I also went to Murambi and met the survivor.

I also saw the Sabinyo group and saw the same Silverback

1/08/2008 8:22 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

We're based in the south and fly all over the world. The adjustments (and sometimes culture shocks) really hit home. Thanks for sharing this!

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