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... elephant while sitting on top of the van’s luggage rack. Surreal.
Tyler – Besides the fact that I had the sniffles, the safari adventure was absolutely incredible! We had the pleasure of spotting various wild animals including lions, hippos, baboons, antelope, water buffalo, elephants and monkeys! And Pumpas! I was fortunate enough to be on the top of our safari van when suddenly a majestic bull elephant jumped out of the African bush and proceeded to get closer ...
... close for comfort! I hurriedly roll the window up. Craig has been standing with his torso and head out the top of the open roof, seeing it all from a bit of a different perspective. Anticipating the baboon’s leap, he bangs on the truck roof, the baboon jumps down and I breathe a sigh of relief.
Later in the day, we encounter a group of elephant crossing the road, which is nothing new or surprising. They get separated with the females and juveniles on one side and ...
... airport is among the slackest we have seen!
Very different entering Uganda. At Entebbe international airport we are fingerprinted, have our photos and temperatures (Ebola concern) taken and our bags are not only x-rayed, they are also subject to a hand search. I guess when your neighbours are Rwanda to the south, Congo to the west and Sudan to the north you get a bit paranoid!
From Entebbe we fly to Kihihi, in the south-western corner ...
... it took about 5hours to arrive in Kampala but at least we arrived in one piece.m So... Yesterday was my first ever zone visit and it was lovely, apart from the concrete steps we sat on for seats, it was a truly beautiful experience, although afterward you could hardly stand because from your waist down was numb. All part of the African experience. The stadium was huge but we were 6050 in attendance which is awesome for ...
... and didn’t have any gorilla babies. I was hoping this would be my opportunity to see a silverback up close so missing out on some babies today was not a problem. We were told that the walk would be between 2-3 hours and in the general direction of where we were the day before but thankfully we were not taking the same route.
The lodge driver bundled us into the 4WD and we drove out of the National Park and through the village and ...