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Monthly Archives: August 2013
I’m sitting in the sterile atmosphere of Doha Airport writing this final blog of the trip. Once again it’s been an amazing experience, and coming home leaves me with very mixed emotions. I could easily spend six months in Mweya … Continue reading
There’s not a massive amount to write about today. We were up at 5.00am and left promptly at 6.00am for the journey to Entebbe. There’s no exact figure on the distance, but our calculation was approximately 290 miles. Given the … Continue reading
After the madness of Saturday we were expecting a quieter Sunday. I was certainly hoping for one as I was about three days behind with my blogs and I also wanted to upload the mass of photos I had taken … Continue reading
Another busy day which resulted in Stu and myself, in particular, dashing around like madmen for most of the day. We had been inviting as many park staff as we knew to our party since we had arrived the previous … Continue reading
Today we made the trip to Bukorwe, a three hour plus drive in either direction, but one that would be worth it as we always receive a warm welcome from the school. Additionally, we hadn’t heard a great deal from … Continue reading