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Travel Blogs from Kampala
... their for so little time. On getting to my room I discovered a TV, what a treat! BBC world news was on so I thought I'd catch with what's going on in the world - 'Uganda police have reported a specific threat to Entebbe International airport' - well that's just great, of all the airports! The group had said the attack would take place between 9pm and 11pm that night so I watched in anticipation to see if there were any updates. My taxi was booked for ...
... being dropped off on motor bikes. A Hindu family arrived on the back of two bikes, one member was about 70 years old, what a funny sight!! After spending about $50 on our meals, we explored the upper level. To our surprise, there was a food court with international selections including a goat kidpack (similar to Mcdonald kidpack) . Prices were less than $10 for meals so guess where we'll be dining on our last day here !!!???
... outside waiting for sunset. There's a big black and yellow spider hanging in the rafters (I've provided a photo that I didn't take, aracnaphobics beware). We head down for a pizza and order a BBQ chicken and a hangover pizza (scrambled egg, bacon, sausage and chips?!) we are told the hangover tasted real good and it was the best on the menu, hence we chose it, what a surprise it was real nice. Whilst eating there's a thunder ...
... brushes, black paint, masking tape....all for the grand total of £27! So off we went to work. It turns out Megan is quite the roller, arms of steel! Megan also took a call from home with her LPC law exam results......not only did she pass every exam....but she got a distinction in everyone of them. Liam and Mark sang the song 'Congratulations' to her. Well done Megan you little genius! When we got near the ceilings and the top of the shop to paint, ...
John took some time to take pictures on his ride from and to Entebbe. One is of a woman who ha a basket of mangoes balanced on her head. This is a common site in Africa, and women carry water balanced on their heads while having a baby wrapped in a blanket on their backs. John also has a picture of the latest phenomenon in African road transport and that is motorcycles, which only began to show up on the scene five or ten years ago.