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A frantic last day and reflections

Our last night’s sleep in Uganda was interrupted by non-stop drumming through the night, but we all woke up in reasonable spirits. The British Council had confirmed a 13.00 meeting with us and I also had to get the land … Continue reading

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Uganda 2016 Day Fourteen – Back to Entebbe

Having done the majority of our packing last night, we were up at 05.55 and on the road at 06.35. It is always sad to say goodbye to Mweya, but there was a spectacular sunrise to compensate. We made excellent … Continue reading

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Uganda 2016 Day Thirteen – Finishing Off

This morning we had a slightly longer lay in – 06.45! After the usual ritual of showering, dressing and loading up the land cruiser, we went down to Tembo where I had a special treat for breakfast: a bacon sandwich! … Continue reading

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Uganda 2016 Day Twelve – Interesting New Experiences

Before I start talking about today, last night had a fine end. We came back from Tembo in the Land Cruiser and found three hippos in our garden. They soon moved on when they recognised that we were there, but … Continue reading

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Uganda 2016 Day Eleven – Wildlife Galore

Today was a genuine day off although we had to be up at 06.00 to go on a game drive. Our guide for the morning was a ranger called Godfrey. He told us that his surname translated into English meant … Continue reading

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