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  • FIRST BORDER CROSSING, CHAMPANZEES & ANOTHER NATIONAL PARKOCTOBER 3RD 2017 DAY 4 Woke up really early it was cold last night, but the pancake breakfast soon warms me up. It is going to be another lovely sunny day. We hit the road at around 7.30am and everyone is Posted by Tracy87 in Tracing the World...Epic Africa 2017 | Feb 11, 2020
  • 28.11.19 – Not visiting KampalaUp early to head to Kampala, I left camp shortly after 7 a.m. The plan was to go to a large shopping centre called Acacia Mall, where I'd been told there was a “big shop” where they were bound to Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 13, 2020
  • 27.11.19 – JinjaAt 8 a.m. I was waiting outside reception. The guy said he hadn't seen the repairman the day before, but my camera would be taken to him henceforth and would be looked at on the same day. It meant I Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 12, 2020
  • 26.11.19 -Ziwa to JinjaA travel day. Nothing happened. We got up, packed, got on, drove, drove and drove some more. We didn't stop. I finished the book from the previous day and picked up another. I was 150 pages in by the time Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 10, 2020
  • 25.11.19 – Kampala to ZiwaMonday morning and we left the hotel around 8 a.m. We drove to big shopping mall, where I was told to get lunch for the next few days and to try and find a camera. The only shop that sold Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 10, 2020
  • 24.11.19 – Queen Elizabeth National Park & KampalaMy bag was packed by just gone 5.30, and as I took it to the truck, I checked my camera. No life. Not happy, but not surprised, I took down the tent and headed for breakfast. I’d told Martin the Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 8, 2020
  • 23.11.19 – Kalinzu & Queen Elizabeth National ParkThe day started with more monkey business. Chimpanzee tracking to be precise. $50 for 4 hours in the forest. Sounded a bit steep, but when would I be back? Out of the 8 species of monkeys in Kalinzu forest, I’d Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 8, 2020
  • 22.11.19 – KalinzuA 7AM departure from camp, for what turned out to be a slightly longer journey than expected… I’m sure they said 4 hours, but it was early afternoon by the time we arrived. It wasn’t a problem. I enjoyed the Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 7, 2020
  • 21.11.19 – Kisoro & Kabala I got up for breakfast at 7.30 and waved goodbye to the 2 girls I’d spent the last few days with. They were traveling back to Kigali before flying back to Australia the next day. And then there was one… Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 6, 2020
  • 20.11.19 – Bwindi Impenetrable National Park Early rise and in the jeep for 6AM. We drove through Kisoro, and it wasn’t long before we were off the tarmac and on a dirt track. However, the proper road restarted soon. It was still dark, and I could Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 6, 2020
  • 19.11.19 – Kisoro We left camp early and drove to the Rwanda/Uganda border. It was desolate. The easiest boarder crossing ever… We had to go through quarantine (dip our soles into disinfected water and have our temperature checked), answered a few questions as Posted by Isa_the_frog in isa_the_frog's travels | Nov 5, 2020
  • Africa 2020===Feb 4 – Feb 5th: International Flights=== On our way to Africa! Near the end of the flight the plane landed, let most passengers off, an Posted by Vegan Traveler in Vegan Traveler | Sep 30, 2020
  • 8 Days Road Trip in Africa[float=right][/float] ==Road Trip to Rwanda-Uganda== ===By Roshan Sharma=== We three guys, Sameer, Suresh and I have been regularly organizing our camping trips. Of course, led by Sameer, the master planner in terms of choosing the location and the tim Posted by roadtripafrica in Road Trip Africa | Apr 26, 2020
  • Wiedersehen in Kampala die erste etappe verlief noch recht gut. ich konnte dann auch schnell einen lkw fahrer "überreden" mich mitzunehmen - sprich, wir haben einen betrag vereinbart. das beladen hat dann aber noch ca. 2 h geda Posted by helihigl in Back in Africa | Nov 30, 2019
  • Bilderbuchafrika am nächsten tag schien die sonne, was ich für einen ausgedehnten spaziergang in die umliegende gegend nützte. zahlreiche kinder in schuluniformen kreuzten meinen weg. am letzten abend bei Tim und Melanie Posted by helihigl in Back in Africa | Nov 22, 2019
  • dreckiges Transportbusiness Mzungus werden fast immer abkassiert. bei den minibussen sind es so um 50% mehr, die verlangt werden. manche boda boda (mopedtaxis) versuchen ihr glück auch schon mal mit dem 3-fachen normalpreis. ich scha Posted by helihigl in Back in Africa | Nov 11, 2019
  • The other meI’m back in my other life. I know that because my body is bouncing and jostling while I drive our almost-vintage 4WD Toyota Prado on one of the countless pastel-yellow ribbon dirt roads criss-crossing this crazy continent of Africa. [img=https://photo Posted by africraigs in africraigs | Nov 7, 2019
  • Victoriasee mittwoch abends war ich in einem irish pub: bubbles o' learys. die live band war ja recht ok dort aber die belästigung durch frauen schon anstrengend. keine ahnung warum die bar unter irish pub läuft - bu Posted by helihigl in Back in Africa | Nov 6, 2019
  • Schlammschlacht beides war erfolgreich: Champions League und Bell bier. zweiteres sogar so, dass ich auch am mittwoch noch in Kasese blieb. da ging ich es allerdings etwas ruhiger an. tags darauf dann den durchaus beque Posted by helihigl in Back in Africa | Oct 30, 2019
  • von Flöhen und größeren Tieren der grenzübertritt verlief trotz zahlreicher stationen inkl. schuhe desinfizieren und Ebola check (temperatur messen) problemlos. mit einem moped ließ ich mich in das 8 km entfernte Kisoro bringen. die be Posted by helihigl in Back in Africa | Oct 22, 2019
  • Back to Kampala and JinjaThursday 15 August 2019 It was time to repeat the long travel day and return to Kampala. Breakfast was at 5.15am! Head torches were needed to walk to breakfast. We departed at 6am and everyone in the truck was very sleepy Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 16, 2019
  • Two days at Lake BunyonyiTuesday 13 August 2019 Today was another rest day for me. A chance to take in the scenery at Lake Bunyonyi. It was an action day for the rest of the group. Some went to do the gorilla trek and some went Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 14, 2019
  • Kampala to Lake BunyonyiMonday 12 August 2019 Back into the routine. Breakfast at the hotel was at 6.30am and we were on the road at 7am for a long travel day. We left the city behind and started travelling through little villages before stopping Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 12, 2019
  • Two days in KampalaSaturday 10 August 2019 This was a pretty boring, nothing type of day and I wasn’t going to do an entry for today. I decided that the pain in my ribs wasn’t getting better and I was almost out of painkillers Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 11, 2019
  • Three days of travelWednesday 7 August 2019 We had to get up at 5am and be on the road at 6am to travel from the Masai Mara to Nakuru. We backtracked for a while on the road we came in on then turned off onto Posted by MissWalker in Jen's Journey | Aug 9, 2019
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