All of the villagers were welcoming, and curious about our presence.
This little guy didn’t hesitate to light up a smile and pose for the camera.
The lake, Africa’s 6th largest, forms Rwanda’s natural border with the Democratic Republic of Congo.
Based on his outfit, let alone his face, we all felt he oozed personality.
Peter used his iPhone’s GPS app to clock us at 100 kph.
Traveling to Rwanda, I felt unsure about how I would see the capital.
____ From the Editor: I thought this video about what makes a handful of Rwandans happy would compliment the Faces from Around the World photos that I’m posting (minus the standard interview questions).
According to our guides, the Kwitonda gorilla group was content with our presence.
Some children were shy, while others enjoyed the attention.
The real treat was seeing a mama gorilla pass by us with a baby on her back.