Another tour comes to an end. Over the past month I have been able to catch up with our projects, meet old friends and make new ones.
The Kinamba district of Kigali lies on a precipitous hillside which runs down to the Nyabugogo river.
After the dust and dirt of Kiwangala, the past couple of days have been spent cleaning the bits that haven't seen water for a while and it is now time to move again.
All good things must come to an end. It is time to leave the dust of Kiwangala and take a bus back into Rwanda.
A few years ago we helped a group of widows in Kiwangala set up a micro-finance cooperative.
Today I am heading north east into Uganda and a short break from Mission Rwanda work. Rwanda is a long way to come from the top of Europe not to pay a visit to friends next door.
The bus has let me out at a familiar stop. I had been told to take the coach for Rwamagana in the east but to get out at 'Cumi magatanu' which was out past the city limits.
We are on the move again. For two days we have taken a coach excursion into the deep south of Rwanda to Butare.
Yesterday I met Jessica. A few months ago, this little girl lived in a small house which had been a toilet. Living conditions were basic to say the least.
I am staying at the Scripture Union Guest House in the up-market diplomatic district of Kigali. It is Sunday, and as ever, all is peaceful.