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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 …
... the family and are considered impure. The Karajones (I think I have to tribe name correct) tribe in northern Uganda doesn’t wear clothes (only animal skins to cover their groins), and when women are menstruating they have to dig a hole and sit on it day and night until they finish menses. One custom Sophie told us about that I had a particularly hard time believing was that prior to marriage, an aunt has sex with her niece’s betrothed to “teach” the girl how to do ...
... all times, but it
was impossible as they were coming out of nowhere and soon surrounded us.
There was probably
only one moment where some of us felt slightly uncomfortable. This was when the
alpha male silverback wanted to go up a tree to sit with one of his females for
some grooming and TLC (the alpha male lays claim to all females in his group-terrible
I know :-p, but what's even worse is that he won't let any of the other males
in on the ...
... a huge area – about one acre – of stalls of second hand clothing. It just goes on and on and on. And you won’t believe it but Verena does not buy! As we drive off a little girl waves to us, leaves her mother and comes over to the car window. Just full of friendly smiles. We stop at the ATM and Claire needs petrol. The machine gives me the 2 million without a hitch, but Claire says the girl at this petrol station has a bad attitude so we drive ...
... 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 ...