Living in Kibagabaga

If it all came down to the coolest-sounding name, we would all be living in Kibagabaga. Sadly, much due to the fact that it’s so far way from everything very few expats end up living here. Kibagabaga is the area that ties together Kimironko and Gacuriro in one big happy circle, and you see the Kibagabaga hill from Nyarutarama.

It’s mostly filled with local residences, though a few offices have started to open up here. As far as I’m familiar with, nothing special going on here… Though they do have a big hospital – logically named the Kibagabaga Hospital – so if you fall off your moto while cruising through… well, you’ll probably be really badly hurt regardless of how close the hospital is, but oh well! Shit happens, you know, deal with it. Actually, finding motos here can be tricky and, as it’s far out, it’s probably only practical for people with their own transport.

About Inga

Born and raised in Norway, culturally transformed in the US, and now residing in Rwanda. Studied biology, but teaching English in Kigali while finishing up my Master's, and debating future career options. At the moment starting up a cocoa plantation is at the top of my list, closely followed by founding an improv society. Severely technologically challenged, but somewhat creatively gifted. A great lover of the Universe, as well as cakes and salt. A passionate hater of small concrete rooms.