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We had be chasing the quickly moving chimps for about ten minutes when the alpha male descended from the trees with a colobus in his hands. Others joined as they tore the monkey apart and began eating its stomach guts (Yes, it really was this graphic).
The troop of chimps gathered around the now dead colobus, not bothered by our presence just feet away from them. One chimp even brushed by a tourist as he made his way to ...
... monkey and blue monkey.
We ate lunch in Fort Portal and then, reached a more typical Ugandan road for the drive to Kibale. This road is not fully paved, has ruts and potholes everywhere and even more people walking along, motorcycles and farm animals that may pop out around a turn. Glad I wasn't driving!
Tomorrow is chimp trekking and bird watching tour!
... lake, Nkuruba. As we walked up the hill to the Crater lake we were
greeted by lots of back and white monkeys!! The lake was very
peaceful. We spent some time gathering our thoughts and had our lunch
by the lake. We walked around the local countryside then popped on a
Boda back to our hostel.
It was nice to have some time in one
place to be able to relax but of course we were on the move
again..this time the capital city, Kampala.
... their sugar cane still. It was cooking away by a fire alongside the river. Owen said what the alcohol produced is so strong that you cannot even walk after drinking it! Unfortunately, or fortunately, it wasn't quite ready.
We came to a forestry lookout and then we were onto the farmland.
... disappeared when he was 5 years old so his grandmother and siblings helped raise him
He remembered his mother only ever having one dress and she would wash it out every night.
After the 5th child, rural families usually do not send their children to school as it becomes too big a financial burden to bear. A school uniform needed to be bought as well as some books. It's unfortunate that this ...