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Happy valentines day everyone! Today is also a girl on the tours 22nd birthday Paula, she's from Sweden and they don't celebrate valentines. It was cute Nicholas and Chris got all the girls a little chocolate and a wrote a note and left it outside our tent for the morning from "a secret admirer". So that was a cute start to the day. We had a long …
Game drive day! Up early as usual....feeling a bit sluggish from the night before! Lol but it's worth it to possibly see some animals. We all piled into the bus and headed to the park entrance. Just on our drive there we saw a big bull elephant again! This time he was walking towards the road, so we kept following along with him till he was at the …
... I knew going into it that there was a chance that we wouldn’t find them but I would be lying if I told you I wasn’t pretty disappointed since it was the once thing I wanted to see in Queen Elizabeth NP. I got over it pretty quickly though since I really have been so lucky this entire trip.
That afternoon, we headed down to Ishasha and were able to spot the tree climbing lions. This was ...
... I was prompted to enter my comments anyway. In the comments, I showed my appreciation and said that the staff was courteous and helpful.
One other funny thing that happens frequently in Uganda is problems in making change. Ugandan money comes in paper bills of 50K, 20K, 10K, 5K, 2K, and 1K shillings and coins with a value of 1,000, 500, 200, 100, & 50 shillings. This is the equivalent of having bills that are worth $20, $8, $4, $2, 80 cents, and 40 cents and coins ...
... new addition to the kitchen with Mills now using it to teach the children how to bake and produce bread. The tailoring lessons have captivated the girls and they spend hours with the teacher learning the right tricks to smoothly work the old Singer and repair and make clothes. The vegetables are all growing well, with cucumbers and cabbages sprouting up everywhere that the children often munch on throughout the day (although the tomatoes have taken a bit of ...
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