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... ruggered and steep but we followed for about 10mins and we came to a tree that had fallen down and the trekker was following the gorillas then all of a sudden he got between the silverback and the group and the silverback ran really close to him and banged his chest and it was so loud I think it scared the **** out of him, so we all went a little further and they stopped for a bit and the little baby was playing in the tree and rolling around was really funny also there was one behind ...
... by the eruption of the Nyiragongo volcano (the same volcano we intended to summit and sleep in cabanas on the crater rim within the next 48 hours). Although 13 years have passed, the destruction to roads and buildings remains obvious. This accounted for the Mad Max dirty, dusty scene as we had entered town. Lava rocks were everywhere we looked now - fences were built of left over lava rock, homes were built of lava rock, piles were ...
... 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 ...
... if they do, he effectively beats them up). The problem was
that first, Dad and then Emma were standing right in the path of the gorilla as
it moved toward the tree. Whilst Dad was seemingly unnerved by the gorillas
walk past, Emma ******* herself as she had no choice but to stand where she was
as the gorilla brushed past her and disappeared into the undergrowth beyond her
at the base of the tree. Unbeknown to both the gorilla and Emma, one of our
trackers was in ...
... the trip down, which definitely saved us from a serious spill. Perhaps my favorite moment of all time ever was when we met this tiny girl—maybe 1 or 2 years old, who was just SO thirsty. She was guzzling water (from the river)—and someone took away her cup because they wanted her to drink clean water from the new filter. She was ****** and super sassy, then so sad. She kept trying to sneak back her cup of water, which was hilarious. ...