Jacana Safari Lodge
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJacana Safari Lodge Queen Elizabeth National Park
Nice lodge, good food, very remote
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You cant imagine how boring it is lying in a tent for 5 hr. I was woken up at 1am by a freight train sleeping in the bed next to me. It was the loudest snoring I have had to put up with so far. Normally I would get on the net, but no internet here, or go for a walk, but there are animals here that want to eat me and mosquitos that want to kill me. Soo I have to lie here for 5 fukin hours!!
ONLY 10 DAYS TO GO
Im upgrading tonight no matter what the cost. ...
... out the bags of balls and toys and it was Christmas morning for the children. Fire trucks, balls, books, skipping ropes, ponies, and Little Peoples took over the dirt mounds in no time. Straw mats were brought out and small cluster of children surrounded different books under the shade of the banana trees. We participated in a circle time of pathetic singing to end off the morning for the kids. Ruth was able to share with us some of the trials of the ...
... and pat have had another packed house at their workshop today and they are doing field work with the candidates tomorrow at Wasiko. Will be nice to have some company and see what they are doing. When they have finished their field work, we are going to give Caroline's MUMSIE her debut appearance. Those colleagues of mine who have done PROMPT with me recently will know what I am talking about. If not, watch this space tomorrow and all will be ...
... our bus. The walk was a first for everyone and so it was nice for everyone to mingle with he local community. Uganda is one of the most friendliest cultures in breve world, and the group witnessed this as they walked. Everyone waved us by, and children everywhere were shouting "Hi Muzungu". Muzungu means white person and so children love to shout this and wave at us with beautiful smiles on their faces. We made it to the football game just in ...
... from time to time. As we get closer to the park, the land greens up, particularly where it has been purposely burnt, with short green grass between the thorn bushes
We turn off towards a tin roofed shanty town which is the local Masai village, which has some tour company shed offices, and businesses with imaginative names. We carry on up a rutted, multiple choice track with deep puddles, past a flash, thatched roof resort, past lesser entrance gates to turn into ...