Mountains Of The Moon Hotel
Travel Blogs from Fort Portal
Today was another productive day at the site. Things are actually starting to look like a room instead of a training demolition place. The highlight of the day, however, was being invited to an ompiira (soccer) game to play in. I was told they play 5 vs. 5 or 6 vs. 6 at a local hotel and I have been looking forward to this since Saturday. On the …
Uiteindelijk bleek de route van de Booma Women Groep naar Fort Portal een volle dag doorrijden te zijn over locale Ugandese wegen. Kortom, onverhard, met veel put holes en scheuren. Uiteindelijk heeft iedereen zich in dit lot geschikt en zijn de kinderen erg rustig geweest op de achterbank. Mélisande heeft zich in de navigatie verdiept en Robi …
... skirts above the knee. She was
getting fed up of wearing her jeans or hiking trousers in the humid
climate, lol! We had to work hard to barter the skirt down to Ugandan
price, rather than Muzungo price!! £3.50 later and a very happy
customer... In the afternoon, we hopped on a Boda to a local
attraction to Fort Portal; Crater lakes and a waterfall. Innocent, a
Boda driver who we met on our first day had offered to take us on
this trip. The ...
There were huge termite mounds everywhere
We saw tree ants that formed their nests up in the trees and also many marches of fire ants which you had to carefully step over their trail or they ...
... for 2 hours to school... barefoot!
By the start of high school most children do not go on. Education is generally not valued, the costs are greater both in time commitment and financial; for instance, a pair of shoes must be worn. At that time Moses put on his first pair of shoes in his life.
It is also a custom in his country for a sponsor to come forward and financially assist a promising ...