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Travel Blogs from Bunia
... under a mango tree, how awesome is that!!, we were encouraged to see at least 20 - 25 attending the group. I worked with a older sister called Sarah who was lovely, she did those who spoke the local language ( I haven't quite mastered it yet.) and she made me do those who spoke English. It was lovely, we got invited in on nearly every door. It was a real eye opener to need people have about learning the truth about Jehovah and the amazing hope in store for the ...
We started with some beers at the Mountain of the Moons Hotel where Eric plays soccer on Friday nights with a bunch of their friends and roommates. We then transitioned to downtown Ft. Portal where we met up with Travis and fellow backpacker friend Victor the Brazilian. We went to two different bars that had a good scene of locals and ex-pats. What wound up being a fun night made for a rough morning on my way to Katunguru / Queen Elizabeth National Park. ...
After leaving behind the chaos of Kampala we had another long bumpy journey to our next stop, a campsite on the edges of the Queen Elizabeth national park. Day one started early and we arrived at the equator for sunrise to take the obligatory million photos and hop between the Northern and Southern Hemispheres simply by taking a step. From there we headed into the park for a morning game drive to search for more animals. After large numbers of Cape buffalo, warthogs (which we found ...
Oh, look what you're doing, look what you've done
But in this jungle you can't run
'Cause what I got for you
I promise it's a killer,
You'll be banging on my chest
Bang bang, gorilla
Unfortunately I didn't see them doing the bang bang on the chest thing, but I definitely saw some gorillas, 2 of which were Silverbacks, in the Bwindi Impenetrable National Park...What an experience and soooo ...
What an incredible day we had! We got up at 4:30, had breakfast at 5:00 and left at 5:30 for the 1+ hour drive back to Kibale National Forest.
We arrived around 6:45 and met our guide Geoffrey, who took us into the forest. The goal was to find the chimpanzees as they were waking up and eating breakfast. Geoffrey is amazing and seemed to have a sense of where the chimps were. In less than 30 minutes, we came to a group of chimps in the trees who were ...