Family Travel along the "Wild Atlantic Way"
Having hitched a lift with a newspaper delivery man from Uganda to Rwanda we knew that public transport might be limited. So we decided to hire two local guys to bring us along the shore of Lake Kivu, from Gisenyi to Kibuye, on the back of their motorbikes
He was like any toddler, never daring to leave his mothers side for too long but clambering and climbing with the finesse of a bear! He still had a lot to learn.
no amount of gold can have the same impact as a house full of sand!
I was barely sipping the drink, using my teeth as a barrier to the ants, but the room was starting to spin.
A collection of 4x4's from all the nearby lodges desperately trying to get their guests to the front, desperately hoping their guests would be able to watch the action from the best vantage point.
Our doors almost snapped with the force of the wind as they opened. Andy braved the elements for this photo while I watched out for Brown Hyena
It was only when we arrived to the "pier" in the bush and surveyed the area for Cats and Hippos that we realised this could actually be dangerous.
It was eerie, the only other traffic on the road belonged to the emergency services.