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... other reasons to be cautious. In the north of Uganda Joseph Kony's Lord's Resistance Army (LRA) is still active. This guerrilla army is using child soldiers to create a new theocratic state based on the ten commandments. 2 million people where misplaced in his active years and over 66.000 children where abducted from their family, serving not only as child soldiers but also as sex slaves. Joseph Kony has been wanted for ...
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As I already wrote is that I decided to go to Uganda six weeks ago. After this decision the preparations started, first ...
... 7- eleven shops, open 24/7 and that always have what you need and did not know you needed And we are probably forgetting a lot. When we arrived at the luggage drop, the stewardess told us "so you want to check in 2 luggages per person but KLM flights allow only 1 piece per person". Small panic moment ;) but we replied that we are flying with Delta airlines and that they allow 3 pieces per person. She checked and agreed. Weird, right, because in the end, ...
... walker, one of who's dog became fixated with Lisa's hat brim!
A short snack break in a track side shelter at about half way then back on the bike to Tiel.
The small ferry for pedestrians, bikes and scooters from Wamel to Tiel transferred us across the Rhine and 15 minutes later we, our Pino and four panniers were in our hotel!
The really good news is, Lisa's new rain jacket actually kept her ...
... in to find myself waiting for half an hour at the gate. It dawns upon me that I've become strangely familiar with being at the airport, that is has become a safe haven. I envy the expats more that I envied the commuters and I adjust my goal a little bit: traveling should be involved. The surrounding chatter in foreign languages soothes me and with extreme calm I enter the flight: I'm ready for a new adventure. I'm ready to make the unknown known and setting more steps towards to my goal. ...