Living in Town

Living in Town

Town is not really a place you live actually. It consists of the Union Trade Center (UTC), the banks (Ecobank, Bank of Kigali, Fina and a bunch more), a few government buildings, and it ends up by Serena Hotel. There are plenty of small shops, alimentations, and coffee shops, as well as some health clinics and a big university hospital.  Some houses are for residential use, but I’ve yet to meet someone who lives in town. Maybe they’re all hiding… Or maybe there’s a secret underground network of tunnels beneath us, through which the town-habitats are walking every day, while the rest of us are still blissfully unaware of this pollution-free way of getting around Kigali. I mean, I’m just saying.

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.