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... at 5 am. This morning we were off on another trek – to visit the Golden Monkeys. This is an endangered species living in groups of about 30 in the bamboo forests of Rwanda, Uganda and the Congo.
The trek was nowhere near as arduous as the Gorilla Trek the previous day but we were still assigned porters, guides and trackers, as is usual practice. It was more a matter of the monkeys finding our group of 15, rather than us finding them, and we spent ...
... br> When I booked this place, it was my only request. I don’t need a lot of
conform, but still…
We went straight to the beach and were really surprised by
the warm water. We didn’t really expect that. Here, we never really cool down,
because it’s all humid and hot. The first night we went straight to bed,
because we were so tired. At night, they made a fire, people were playing djembe
and were singing some Swahili’s songs. It ...
... views it reminds us very much of rural England with a river running at the bottom of the garden. Our room had a log burner in the bedroom which I have to say we used every night as it was so chilly. The first day we took off in the rain to go and see the Drakensburg boys choir the early part of the day was pretty uneventful apart from the waffles. But the boy's choir were an absolute treat and we all sat completely mesmerised as it was an afternoon very well spent. I couldn't take ...
... which is not safe to do in the dark. One of
our friends got robbed on the beach, she just handed her bag over
rather then cause conflict. This meant we ate out in the day and ate
in the lodge in the evening which suited us fine. Paje beach was
better but the reef meant you could not really swim again. It is also
full of kite surfers as the wind is really strong. We kind of wished
we had stayed longer in Nungwe but we are travelling and needed to
... Dawna and I laughed as we watched a cockroach walking around the circle cut into the glass that the bored officials spoke through. A lady from the UK was standing beside us and warned us to be careful when we got our passports and documents back. They sometimes got mixed up. We waited and eventually we got our papers handed back to us. We then had to go stand in another line to get our documents checked again before we could enter the main area of the ...