Lewis Hamilton continues his visit to Africa in Rwanda, where he says he had “a profound and truly moving experience”.
Lewis Hamilton has been spending the Formula 1 summer break ‘tracing his roots’ through Africa.
The trip started in Namibia, before moving to Rwanda, where he reveals he had “a profound and truly moving experience”.
“How does one describe such an experience that leaves you so speechless?” Lewis wrote on Instagram.
“My second stop was Rwanda. We were welcomed with smiles and music from the beautiful Rwandan people.
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“This trip really showed me how diverse and rich in culture it is here. We hiked up through beautiful green fields where children would sing to us and up a volcano where we found Gorillas.
“What a sight it was to see them in their natural habitat relaxed and protected by the community around them.
“This is where they should be, in their own homes free to live their lives in peace. It was a profound and truly moving experience.
“I’m in love with this country. Thank you for having us, I can’t wait to come back,” the Briton concluded.