Mutanda Lake Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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What a fabulous day. We went to meet the Sabyinyo family
which is led by the powerful silverback Guhonda
at 225kg and age of 42 he is the largest mountain gorilla in the
world. We all collected at 7 am and returned at 11am after our
visit. It was a very long, marshy and muddy walk for me. We walked
through potato fields and then into the woods where we had to climb a
long way in the mud. It had ...
... photographing nothing. He had carried
up the hill 2 very large cameras and a tripod. Suspect he was in training to be
an attenborough #allthegearnoidea
The monkeys were
good fun the humanoids even more interesting. One last thought- the jungle and
bamboo forest are to coin a phrase 'impenetrable'. How anybody found the
gorillas and monkeys in the first place is beyond me.
Headed back to
Kigali, then flew onto Joburg for the night.
... They wanted to see my glasses so I held on to them while I put them over their eyes. I indicated that I wanted to pray and started to pray the rosary aloud. They mostly respected me although they giggled and inched closer so that they could touch my skin. It was harmless. I felt badly that I couldn’t communicate with them fully. Since it was Tuesday, I was meditating on the sorrowful mysteries, ...
Hi family and friends,
I should have realized that when Sr. Bernadette said that gmail loads an inbox but you can't access the email messages that would be a problem for me as well. I am here safely in Rubanda! I arrived about an hour ago. Sr. Bernadette and I were hosted last night by a newly ordained (1 year ago) White Father priest. Although he himself is Ugandan and therefore not white. I felt very warmly welcomed. He treated us to tea and omelettes last night at an ...
... Our guide informed us that they found another gorilla further up the hill. She was a mother with a one month old baby. Quickly, we took off, hoping to get a glimpse at such a small baby.
The mother was hesitant at first. She moved behind trees and covered herself with tree branches. We couldn't make out much at first. Just that she was carrying something precious under her arm. After communicating with the mother, our guide finally found a spot where ...