Bambino Super City is a small amusement park in the hills, twenty kilometres from Kigali, the Rwandan capital. The same hills were the scene of one of the most tragic events in human history: the Rwandan genocide in 1994 that tore Rwandan society apart. Today, Rwanda is still trying to repair the enormous psychological and social damage caused by the genocide. For those people who can afford it, mostly upper-class Rwandans and expats, Bambino Super City offers lush gardens, tasty food and a few well-maintained rides. The villagers of nearby Masaka never visit the park. A ride in the Giant's Stride costs as much as a week’s rent.