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one full day in kigali?

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I'm considering adding in a full day in kigali at the end of my trip to allow time to see the genocide memorial. I'll actually have about a full day and a half on the end of my trip in kigali. Is this too much?
Also, Michael answered my question before about Kigali being a fairly safe city, but does anyone have thoughts on whether I'm going to have problems wandering around alone (I'm a female, early 30s) in tourist areas, eating out, etc.? I had some serious problems last summer in middle east by myself...some annoyances are to be expected but I'm not looking for that much of a hassle on this trip!
thanks for any thoughts.

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