Mutanda Lake Resort
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... a pygmy village which he helps support and a visit to one part of the orphanage he is director of.
The trip started with a visit to Prisoner's Island, where women who became pregnant out of wedlock were sent to perish. Apparently, if the man who fathered the child (or some other man that loved the woman) wanted her, he had to swim to the island to prove his devotion and ability to care for the woman. If they survived, they would have ...
... This was more like what I had imagined, some grubby fly infested long drop toilets and a “shower” where you just had to pour buckets of water over yourself.
We went for a walk around the next door tea plantation with our guide, Lawrence. He talked about the three different cultivating techniques- by hand, with scissor boxes and by machine. He said that a tea worker that works 7am-5pm can get anything from USH5000-1200 depending on the amount of tea leaves ...
Bwindi Impenetrable Forest covers the side of s steep mountain range which links the Congo and Ruwanda to Uganda. This area of rainforest lives up to its name, with steep climbers and very dense vegetation making it difficult to access. This may be why, along with Diane Fossey's work in bringing the preservation of the Silverback Gorillas to the public mind, this is one of the few ...
... flat in this part of the world. Think terraced rice fields, tea planted on 20% gradient hills, intersected by rivers and ravines. So we hiked through this magnificent country where the local community as advertised in the name of the walk seem to appear out of every thicket, every banana tree packed m2 and every bend in the pathway and there are plenty. Every child shouts an excited "Hello" or the more ...
... to 42 years old. We stood
around watching them feeding, grooming each other and especially the
kids playing together. At one point the oldest child , another
silverback, ran at us. We had to stay still and as a result he ended
up brushing against both our legs, that said the guides were telling
us it was all OK and not to worry. Eventually they set off walking
and we followed, ...