Hello there and Karibu to Rwanda!
The rooms that I offer for rent are in my family home, I live with my 15 year-old sister, my mother and Josée, the amazing African culinary cook and maid of our home, with a smile as delicious as her food and hospitality.
My home has all very sunny rooms, and a nice garden, as well as a cat: Tigreto who comes in and out as he pleases. He is not allowed in your room, unless you let him.
My family is loving, respectful, and caring. A typical African family, living a christian life.
About me, I am a musician, composer, and song-writer. Music is a way of life for me. My friends, girlfriend, and family describe me as very compassionate, helpful and understanding. I am also a vegetarian, but my family eats meat.
As a host, I will inform you of what you need to know to have an enjoyable and safe trip in Rwanda. I love to discover about new cultures and places by talking to people. And I can share what I know and my love of music with you. I can also, time allowing, show you around the city and escort you places if you like.
Located in Nyamirambo, a well-off and safe neighboorhood of Kigali, only 20 minutes from downtown by bus, and 10 min from the heart of Nyamirambo, my home is ideal for a guest looking for an agreable and clean and all-inclusive stay: room, bedding, meals, and internet, as well as cleaning and all house chores taken care of for you.
I can welcome students on internships, professionals on a business trip and people on a holiday. You can come as a couple, or by yourself.
Things we like about you:
Respect of the premises.
Respect of silence at night time. You can go in and out as you please, so long as we are keeping a good quality of sleep!
Socializing with us from time to time, smiling, and being courteous.
Things that you cannot do:
over drinking of alcohol and use of any type of drugs.
Smoking is not allowed on the premises.
One-night stands are not an option. Sorry!
Swearing a lot.
Inviting friends over is not allowed, unless you ask for permission to my mother and that her or I are here to greet them.