Ishasha Wilderness Camp
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... watching Mike as he dug away, all giving him advice
but not the best advice. After two or three attempts we managed to
get out of the ditch and back onto the track. We then had lunch as we
wanted to wait an hour or so for the track to dry a bit more.
Eventually we tried again to get up the steep hill we had slid on and
this time were successful. Unfortunately there was one more hill to
get over and again we had a ...
... rude awakening the first day out.
Day 2 - Trek to Mutinda Camp via Kamusoni Valley (8 kilometres)
For the second day, we opted to hike in rubber boots as the path quickly becomes very muddy before entering the Bamboo-Mimulopsis zone that includes a hard climb with many high steps. After a quick 551 metre height gain, we passed by Kalalama Camp (3,147m) and entered the Heather-Rapanea Zone. From here, the path meanders up and over several ...
... salt is extremely important for their health and economy. It was quite an experience watching hundreds of Ugandans working in unison to harvest, dry, and package salt. During our visit, I was approached by a local girl wearing a school uniform. I assume her class was on a field trip. She asked to take a picture with me. I happily agreed taking in a moment of fame.
A family of ...
... antelopes also signally to the larger herd, to move a bit as well. This was like a game of chess, but I think the lions were not really that hungry because they never gave chase, and seemed partially to be lazing about in the sun as cats do.
On the way to the Kazinga Channel, we stopped at a local village and bought some souvenirs. We were able to see some of the women sewing the ...
... it's just as many people as can hold on!
Most all roadwork is done by hand; this was the one piece of machinery we saw. Moses said unfortunately, when they break down no one knows how to repair them.
There were frequent police checks along the way. They are watching for animal poachers from the Congo. ...