Lake View Apartments and Hotel
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... appetites were small. We snacked on cheese and salami, drank some precious water (leaving us just two small bottles for the 4-5 hour descent the next morning) and collapsed into our warm sleeping bags for the night. No thoughts of rebels, no worries about our safety. Only blissful, deep, deep sleep until the dawn. Sleep which would would need in order to track mountain gorillas on Mt. Mikeno and chimpanzees at Mikeno Lodge during the rest of the week. Oh, the hunt for summits and ...
... border just before 6:00. As the van came to a stop we allowed ourselves to feel a sense of security and relief. It only took us a few steps outside of the van for that relief and security to fall apart. The boarder security leafed through our passports and, coming to mine, he paused. Somehow I had missed my passport stamp of entry at the airport and according to law I was not allowed to proceed into Uganda. Despite the growing tension and underlying worry everyone ...
... them too often-not sure if there are some in zoos. Definitely won't ever find a
mountain gorilla in a zoo! Any road up, managed to stay on my feet *(mostly)
and pretend the uphill walk was a breeze.The guides do lay it on a bit
thick-'the monkeys/gorillas (take your pick) are just 5 mins away'-as if!
But it does come as a pleasant surprise when
eventually it becomes true and from the midst of a **** load of jungle and
bamboo there are loads ...
... looks, to having discussions about her marital or motherhood status are part of everyday life, it normalizes the idea that women are not full people—that they exist for the benefit of men. A culture of objectification—where women are not people, but eye candy, baby makers, and cooks and maids—quickly turns into a culture of violence, where women are disposable. So what does it mean to be a disposable girl? Disposable girls ...
... little pond next to the field because the water was dirty. I actually let out a little scream of joy, which may have scared and confused the children, but whatever.
In the craze of this week, I didn’t get a chance to write about last weekend—I got to meet up with a dear friend and sister from my professional foreign service sorority who is here in Kigali for a study abroad program. It was funny and weird seeing her at Bourbon Coffee, which has a shop in DC. ...