I try to keep Living in Kigali updated with super fantastic information about all things related to the city, but man oh man, it’s hard
Communication & Language
I’m a lonely soul who works alone in Kigali. Just me and my computer. Occasionally I wander Kigali’s cafes in search of a decent internet
Meeting people in Kigali is fairly easy, but forming actual relationships (platonic as well as romantic) can be more challenging. If you wish to establish
There is one post office in Kigali, and it’s straight down the road from the roundabout in front of the UTC, heading down towards Nyabugogo.
Many people in Kigali speak French or English so you should get by if you can speak one of those languages. Moto and taxi drivers,
I’ve been here for months and my Kinyarwanda skills don’t extend beyond ‘good morning’, ‘good afternoon’ (which I always get mixed up anyways) and a mangled version of…
Unless you purchase a modem, you’ll probably end up doing your ‘interneting’ at one of the coffee shops offering free wifi. The hotels normally offer