14 Responses to “Rwanda in photos”

  1. Roxanne

    I’m deeply, deeply envious of this trip-of-a-lifetime, Sarah. It costs a bomb (for mortals like me) but I’ve heard it’s well worth it if you can scare up the cash.

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    • Roxanne

      Hmm, to my mind, R46 000 for what’s essentially a three-day trip for the two of us, is still pretty steep. Not saying it’s not worth it, just saying it’s hard to justify that kind of expense. I’ll just have to continue to dream…

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    • Sarah Duff

      Hi Simone,
      Thanks for your comment! My bucket list is extensive, and ever-growing. It’s up to about 100 things now!

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    • Sarah Duff

      Thanks Bethany! That spunky creature is a golden monkey. They were jumping all over the forest and it was really hard to get a shot of one jumping!

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  2. Cheryl King

    Like Sarah I fulfilled my long time dream of tracking Gorillas and also fell in love with Rwanda. Coming face to face with these awesome animals and having the privilege of them allowing us into their world was unforgettable. This is the best trip I have ever done and I cannot imagine anything bettering it.

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    • Sarah Duff

      Hi Cheryl,
      So glad to hear you had the same amazing experience in Rwanda. I can’t wait to go back and do this again one day :)

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  3. Carol

    Thank you for sharing the beauty that is Rwanda ( tiny heart of Africa). I loved that you saw it in the eyes of the locals. Your pictures are the true essence of a beautiful country that is forging a path for a better life for its citizens. Murakoze

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    • Sarah Duff

      Thanks for your lovely comment Carol. I hope my blogs and my story in Getaway Magazine will inspire people to visit Rwanda and its gorillas!

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