At Peace Guest House

We traveled from Kigali to Nyamasheke and arrived just as the sun went down.  So many sights of this lush land and we can completely understand why it is called the land of 1000 hills. Stan mentioned that there will be very little need for any gym memberships as the people walk and ride bikes everywhere. On a side note, the country of Rwanda has had great success with cycle teams.

It was raining slightly as we checked into the Peace Guest House and found our rooms in time to get the evening meal. As we were eating, the “African Rain” came and was so loud on the roof that we couldn’t  hear each other speaking very well. Still being challenged by jetlag we managed to spend some valued time talking about our belief systems and being aware of God moments.

This morning the air is humid and promise of another beautiful day ahead. The picture is the view of where we sit to have our breakfast.

Praise God for our safety and our health, also that we can visit many people today.

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