I like to think of myself as a good navigator but.......We followed a huge swollen river which I have yet to identify on a map, and managed to get on a road that I have also yet to identify on a map despite hours of searching of the satellite images on Google Earth. We must have crossed a bridge that doesn't exist, because again this river was big (think Danube) yet we ended up in a village called Nyabikenke which just should not have been possible. My head still spins when I try to work out which roads we took - and I haven't solved the riddle yet.
Anyhoo - at Nyabinkenke we bribed a gaggle of schoolkids with some stale biscuits and they pointed out the road to Giterama - also known as Muhanga. But yet again our the geography of Rwanda beat us up and we ended up in another hilltop town called Rutobwe. This time we asked a smartly dressed man for the right road and he smiled and told us we were already on it. Well there's first time for everything I suppose.
It was a beautiful day, the roads were appalling, the views were spectacular so we were reasonably happy to be lost but a least roughly heading in the right direction.