One of the perks of my job is being able to travel to different places. Pictured below is Mount Muhabura as seen from a village in Kisoro District, Uganda. It lies along the border of Uganda and Rwanda.
According to my Ugandan colleague, the name Muhabura means “The Guide” in the local language. It can be seen from different parts of the country because of its height (4127m) so that’s why it is called “The Guide”. It is an extinct volcano between Rwanda and Uganda.
This reminds me of our very own “perfect cone” Mayon Volcano which I had the chance to visit last March 2016.
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Ano ba pronunciation ng Rwanda? “Arwanda” or “Riwanda?”