Hotel Le Petit Village
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... conditions only made it worst. Asher tried contacting Steve and Vesh but the radio would work. To top things off I was also very travel sick. An hour later Asher was able to ask for a toilet break and by the time we stopped at a petrol station I was in extreme pain. The bathroom only had a swatting pan and it was beyond disgusting. When I got back to the bus I started to develop a pain in the centre of my chest just under my rib cage. ...
... a couple of hours off which many of us spent relaxing by the pool. The water was wonderfully refreshing. At 4 we set off again in the vans to go for a game drive hoping to see some lions but all we saw was food for lions aka Uganda cob of which there were a lot. We saw quite a lot of warthog and laughed at the ungainly way they run. Kenneth was very knowledgeable and told us all sorts of things we would never have known otherwise. We bumped back along the bumpiest road ...
... chose an awful bus company for the next leg of our journey. We just wanted out of that bus station IMMEDIATELY!!
ON ROUTE TO TRACK GORILLAS ON THE BUS FROM HELL - We decided that as we were in Uganda, we should go gorilla tracking. This meant a very long bus trip down to Lake Bunyoni, and then another 3 hours onto Bwindi Impenetrable Forest National Park. We were really hoping that the gorillas were going to be worth the effort as we were seriously on the bus from ...
... she was letting herself in for. We started the day with some nice gentle safety information and training drills (thank The Lord) and then instantly managed to get our boat stuck on a massive rock at the very top of the very first rapid. All having to bounce up and down in order to shift the boat (in front of 50 other people who we're also waiting to ride the rapid) was slightly humiliating! We then narrowly avoided a 16ft waterfall ...
... in winter? 'Twelev'. How about in August? 'Twelev'. How about in every month that you can remember and then all the seasons too? Wait, I think I know this one...is it eleven? No? Ah Twelev of course. Twelev isn'lt even a word tho is it really? After an hour of this we carried on and saw where everyone lives. Someone preparing our lunch had Malaria which was nice. I think we might be getting a peanut and malaria marinade if we're lucky ...