Rwanda'rful Times

November 17, 2017

Feel Good Friday

Rwanda's rolling hills…

and friendly faces…

persuade visitors to slow down, take in the scenery, and Rwanda'r with new friends.

For traveler Baylee, these daily 2-mile walks to school—holding hands and laughing at the mix of broken Kinyarwanda and English—are her happiest memories. Moments where all that mattered was the road ahead and the company by her side.

So she brought back a local fabric…

to bring her back to those Rwanda'rfully simple times and to bring you with her too! 

Here’s to collecting Rwanda'rful memories and to feeling good—because after all, it's Friday!

-Jack & Alley, Co-Founders

PS.  Plus a few other travelers' memories to hang on to…




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