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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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Uganda 2016 Day Ten – Kyambura Gorge Chimp Trekking

Mrs Green writes:   My turn to write about our continuing adventures in Uganda! Our day started at 5.30am and yes, it was still dark. Two reasons for the darkness; 1. It is another hour until sunrise and 2. Yet … Continue reading

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Uganda 2016 Day Nine – A successful meeting

Today was the first joint teachers and Community Conservation Rangers meeting at Hippo House. The main aim as far as I was concerned was to give the opportunity for teachers and rangers to find areas of commonality and plan assemblies, … Continue reading

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Uganda 2016 Day Eight – Back in the UK?

This may seem a strange title to you but when we woke up this morning it was like we were back in the UK. It was raining steadily and consistently outside and it was cold by Ugandan standards. The first … Continue reading

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Uganda 2016 Day Seven – Another busy day at Kafuro

Another 06.30 start, but our journey to Kafuro was only delayed slightly by a herd of elephants, so we arrived at 10.00 sharp. Many children were cutting the grass in the compound and cleaning (no Hampshire contractors to do this). … Continue reading

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