Jinja Ninjas and the Sunset Cruise
Trip Start Sep 15, 2012
138Trip End May 01, 2013
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Nile River Explorer
We hit the road to Jinja (Nutkins Wutkins town).....
"Does anyone want the tarp up?"....
Before arriving we went shopping in Kampala and experienced 'foot long' sandwich salad happiness - Sam said she was going to 'wank' over her mint Aero - its amazing what chocolate deprivation can do.
Just outside Jinja we crossed over the River Nile and witnessed a Nile crocodile basking in the sun by the dam
Arriving at Bujagali Falls we upgraded to a river side field tent with wonderful views over the expansive Nile to be greeted by chuckling white cheeked gibbons in the neighbouring trees - heaven!
Having set up camp we went down to the jetty to join a sunset cruise with an open bar and cruised the Nile via the medium of gin, vodka, dance and loose talk! Everyone was in very high spirits by the time we docked again and headed straight for the bar to carry on the evening! The cruise booze was taking its toll and the sap was definitely rising with a few truck relationships forming and lots of attention given to the Mzungus (now realise the correct spelling!).
Kimmy was off her boobies and kept breaking into spontaneous erotic dance, dry humping the floor like her life depended on it! Paula responded with a wobbly running man and there were smiles and laugher all round! Great fun.
The usual suspect 'die-hard' party-goers decided to slink off to a Reggae club and when Kelly arrived she had a small African baby thrust in her arms for 40 minutes while the mother went off to dance - not quite what she was expecting from the club! Meanwhile, Alan had hooked up with Mary - one of a seemingly endless hareem of African women he has collected - and was wining and dining her in a local casino! He looked pretty rough the next day so we guessed he got what he bargained for!
Rafting tomorrow should be fun - particularly if the hangovers materialise as they should! At least we won't care about the crocs...