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Travelled from Lake Bunyonyi to Ugandan-Rwandan border. Drive was stunning - incredible volcanic landscape, beautiful scenery. Every inch of hillside farmed and always the women working the fields. Passed a refugee camp for congolese and sudanese refugees near border. Physically walked across the border and after passport stamps headed to Mawanze …
... br> the place. It is not nice to laugh at others who fall over - but it never gets
old, always worth a giggle!
Back to the lodge
for a well deserved and needed shower and some food.
Day 5- Watching people watch
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The Golden Monkey
like the mountain gorilla exists only where the borders of Congo, uganda and
Rwanda meet at the Virunga volcanoes range so you won't get the chance to ...
... br> Over dinner, Chris has fried vegetables and I have fresh mushroom soup, we meet a local tour operator. Claire has been trying to use contacts to get Verena and me a discounted gorilla permit. Normally $US600, they are down to 400, but it still too much for us. We chat about our travel experience to Queen Elizabeth National Park last weekend with Phiona and her friends from her hospital. This tour guy is horrified at what happened. We were in a local panel van bus ...
... but most were out doing their own thing - as if they don't do it tough enough just to survive. The result, however, is outstanding with this clean, beautiful country adding to the pride of its people. Made it to Musanze, the second largest city in Rwanda, in time to walk the town and visit the markets, then had an early night to be ready for our gorilla trek in the morning ...
... be nap time."
This gorilla family was quite different from the previous gorilla family we visited in Bwindi. They seemed much more at ease with our presence, and looked at us in the eyes more often. In terms of appearance they had softer eyes and longer fur to withstand the cold climate in Volcanoes National Park.
Since it was nap time, the gorillas didn't move around a lot in terms of distance. This gave us time to truly observe and enjoy ...