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... idyllic place to chat over a couple of drinks, with Linley and Chris from Melbourne.
We all wish we could stay for an extra couple of days! It always happens with one-nighters, we drive in, set up camp, rush, rush, sleep, dismantle camp, rush, rush and don't really have time to drink in the amazing surroundings.
After dinner we went to the bar for a nightcap and I managed to hook up to wifi to check my mail. I was really excited to see all the ...
... conflict when he visits these places representing us, seeing ‘them’ as we do, and seeing ‘us’ as they do. One girl got completely mobbed by kids as she handed out pencils, and Steve quietly observed that he thought it was intentional, and that she was enjoying it. I think that was a bit harsh, she seemed totally oblivious to the fact that she was gaining more from the encounter than they were, but that is exactly what made the whole charade so ...
When you are sleeping away from home and have been sleeping deeply, have you ever had the funny sensation of not knowing where you are when you wake up? This has happened several times to me at our house in Uganda, but even more on our trip. Waking up to find oneself slightly cold with your head sandwiched between your oldest daughter's head and a cold concrete wall is a unique experience, but I eventually got my bearings. We actually slept quite well and as we opened the door of ...
... a security archway you have to go through before you can enter. These are not to check for drugs, weapons, or even a sneaky bottle of Waragi stuffed in the belt of your trousers, but for any hidden cameras or chewing gum. If either of these items are found they are instantly confiscated off you by a burly security guard accompanied by the sound of tutting and shaking of heads, as if you really should have known better than to attempt to have minty fresh breath and take a few drunken ...
... we have evening meal for 15 US dollars each and decide we won't eat in the restaurant again as it wasn't worth it.2nd FebruaryColin manages to buy some milk and cake in the village and we get hot water from the restaurant. We have managed to get a bench for outside our tent so we have a nice place to have our breakfast. Have a walk around the village but there is nothing to do but wait to go to see the Gorillas.We eat at the local Jade restaurant but ...
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