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In Kampala we're staying at Mweya Lodge:
Address: Plot 96-98/P.O. Box 22827 Fifth St, Kampala, Uganda
Phone:+256 31 2260260
Not exactly roughing it. But hey, this is only after many long days of mission work so I guess it's okay to have a few days to relax before the long trip back to Texas. ...
Woke up and ad a leisurely breakfast in the foyer if the motel which was very christmassy with lit up tree, poinsettias and lots of decorations. Very nice place to stay at and such good value. We walked into town which was not far at all and the weather was absolutely lovely. Not many people around exactly but a few shops were open. We walked as far as the park; admired the tree, the big German multi tiered wooden carousel with a ...
... attempts to locate a pool, we finally made way to "The Orchard" where some Hospira folks had access to a pool. After showers, twelve of us met at Trudy's for "Mexi's" and Honey Chicken. For whatever reason, Animal jokes broke out. After arguing against it for a few seconds, Luke and I serenaded a bacholorette with our own twist on "You've Lost that Lovin' Feeling" by the Righteous Brothers and headed towards Rainey Street. Hula Hoops, Tacos, and Giant Jenga.
... world, looking at this mountain and seeing 4 60 ft. tall faces. Lincoln, Roosevelt, Washington, and Jefferson, carved into a mountain because Washington represents the birth of the nation, Jefferson is expansion, Lincoln is preservation, and Roosevelt is expansion. Pretty cool. We did the Junior Ranger Program there too.
From Rushmore we drove the same day to the Badlands. That is an incredible national. I wasn't as fond if it as Big Sur, but ...
... appeared on creeks, draws, roads and such. The area is heavily wooded and quite beautiful, with the green and all.
We continued on and found the Lyndon B. Johnson State Park and National Monument. We registered, got a CD to use as a guide, and did the tour in Shorty. We saw his birth house, school, airport and the Texas White House. Lots of wildlife in the area too, including smaller deer and the Axis deer which was imported years ...
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