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Forty-four percent of the land is arable, but only 9 percent is planted with permanent crops. The most fertile areas are in the highlands, where temperatures are moderate and rainfall averages sixty inches (152 centimeters) a year. The plateau is also wooded, particularly at the higher altitudes.The Tutsi now make up closer to 20 percent of the population.There is a small population of three thousand Europeans and two thousand South Asians; most of these immigrants live in the capital, Bujumbura, and are involved in church-related activities. Both the Hutu and the Tutsi speak Kirundi, a Bantu language.Swahili, a mixture of Arabic and Bantu languages that is the language of trade and business in much of East Africa, also is spoken, mostly in the region of Lake Tanganyika and in the capital city. This is reflected in the language: a typical Kirundi greeting, Amashyo, translates as "May you have herds of cattle." The language is full of references in which cattle stand for health, happiness, and prosperity. The original inhabitants of present-day Burundi are thought to be the Twa people, descendants of the pygmies.The Hutu arrived from the west in a gradual migration between the seventh and the eleventh centuries.Be sure you can find someone special amongst the thousands of our singles. This lady was my second coffee date after 1 week on the site.