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... out of the raft into the whirlpool.
It did actually hold us down for 8-10 seconds which felt like a
lifetime. Louise laughed it off once she had got back to the raft
feeling proud she had risen above her fears. From then the worse had
already happened and she was able to enjoy the next 4 hours on the
Nile. Please look at some of the photos and try to focus on Louise's
face for a laugh.
The next couple of days we relaxed ...
... they always ended up coming up in the same place as they started which secretly made me laugh! I'd start relaxing and having fun with the 10/11 year old girls and suddenly a 6 year old would get in the 'big pool' and not be able to stand so I'd have to dart over to catch them and keep their head above water! Meanwhile the older boys (albeit with a carer) were jumping off the high diving and managing to come to the surface and then just about doggy paddle to the side - seriously ...
... had a dress made by one of the ladies who was hired on by Musana. On Sunday we went to a local church service that most of the Musana staff goes to. The music was LOOOOOOUUDD. It's almost like a competition to see which church can worship louder than the other. We also had a nice conversation with the local teachers. In Ugandan culture, you're not a man unless you have a baby. Therefore they encouraged me to "plant the seed" before we go home ...
... either fried into the egg of put on top of the egg raw before being rolled up. I had always been curious why they were called rolexes so I finally asked Jamil and he explained it to me: rolled eggs -> rolex. Very punny guys. It was quite delicious though! I also tried a local soda called Novida. It's a coke product, and I recognized it from when I was at the Coca Cola factory in Atlanta. At the time I thought, "what a good chance ...
... to camp waving back to all the local kids and drinking on the truck. Once back at camp it was time for some sliding. We made our way down to the concrete "slide" wet it down and had a go. It was really awesome and made even better by the setting sun in front of the slide.
That evening marks the last stop in Uganda and we are now heading back to Kenya and the finally couple days of the trip. The first stop in Kenya is also our last game drive at ...