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Go wild In the Nile in Uganda Part 3

28. September 2010

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Go wild In the Nile in Uganda Part 3
When you are with the guides  , they are sure to keep you cautious of the crocodiles who wont just bite you , they would probably eat you alive. And because this  just happens to be one of those cool places for crocodiles to come and hang out, you wouldn’t be allowed in the water. Every now and then , a fisherman who keeps paddling along in long canoes might just happen to pass you. Before you could actually come across the more nastier rapis, there are two forks of the large river which actually collides and has a drop, more like a set of stairs.  This angry , thundering vortex looks aggressive like engine of a fighter jet. The water is quite low , so there is a chance of danger. Although as long you listen to you guide you should not realy have any problem. Just as you plunge into the  [...]

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Go wild In the Nile in Uganda Part 2

23. September 2010

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Go wild In the Nile in Uganda Part 2
Now while you actually begin your rafting trip, you will come in though Entebbe airport which is the main airport in the country. From here you could head to Jinja which is a midsize town located on the river Nile. Also this is a hub of the booming rafting business in Uganda. You would be driving about two and a half hours into the countryside.  The place here is quite dark. You could spend the night at the Jinja Nile resort which is essentially a serene hotel which is located on a bluff which overlooks the Nile. The rafting guide would advise you against shoes, flip slops, necklaces. Also if you end up flipping over then hold on to the raft. There are two options, mild or wild!  If you want to go mild then by the end of the trip you would have to avail of the many rafters as you float down  [...]

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Go wild In the Nile in Uganda

16. September 2010

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Go wild In the Nile in Uganda
If you want to go white water fating in Uganda, you would probably be asked a question like Wild or mild.  The Nile is a historic place that has its source of life just gushing away about four thousand miles all across Africa and then to the Mediterranean Sea. This place has become magnificently beautiful. Now all you will be able to see ate large banks that go on for miles and mile of woodland, without no garbage or any pollutants. There is no kind of development here, no fences. All you would see here is the wide array of fauna that includes monkeys and the classical crocodile that lounge in the sun. If you want to get into the water, you should not hold back the water is warm and clean and perfect for a swim.  The guides are skilled and first to safety and you should be rest assured that  [...]

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Fun and art in Bujumbura

1. September 2010

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Fun and art in Bujumbura
The republic of Burundi is a landlocked country which lies in the Great lakes region of East Africa. Rwanda lies to the north and Tanzania lies to the east.  Congo lies to the west. The population of this place is about eight million, seven hundred thousand.  And the capital of the Burundi is Bujumbura. The country is directly adjusted to the Lake Tanganyika. The Twa, Tutsi and the Hutus are the people who used to live in Burundi originally. The salsa night at le Kasuku is amazing French and Belgian inspired restaurant and club. The city of Bujumbura is a freewheeling display of palm tress and art from the colonial era that decorates the many buildings that are on the shores of the Lake Tanganyika.  A lot of the aid workers and students make up the crowd for the nightlife here in this city.   [...]

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Mauritius – The Thing Next to Paradise

19. August 2010

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Mauritius – The Thing Next to Paradise
The World is a book, and if you do not travel, you only read a page - St. Augustine had rightly said. Well, not the whole of the book, but only a beautiful page, that’s what we are going to look at. If heaven was to be redesigned, it needed a map of Mauritius. Such beautiful beaches, calm waters, environment so peaceful, and fun-loving atmosphere all around – isn’t it just the best for a holiday? All the beaches in Mauritius are just marvelous, covered with palm trees, aqua colored waters, and a bay like curve. We have three of the most beautiful beaches in Mauritius to show you here. Paradis Beach The name itself can narrate the story of the beach. This is the first beach that is counted in one of the most beautiful ones in Mauritius. Paradis beach is a small but very beautifully crafted  [...]

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Ol donyo wuas and the private wildlife preserves, Kenya

10. August 2010

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Ol donyo wuas and the private wildlife preserves, Kenya
The republic of Kenya is a country in the eastern region of Africa. This place lies along the Indian Ocean and is close to the equator it is bordered by Ethiopia to the north and Somalia to the north east. Tanzania lies to the south along with Uganda and Lake Victoria. This place is famous for its wildlife reserves and the thousands of animal species.  The capital of this city is Nairobi. This country is named after a scared mountain that is found in this very region. The English meaning for the name of this country is gods resting place.  Because of the volcanic eruption that took place in prehistoric times here, this resulted win Kenyans association with divinity and creation. . The very indigenous inhabitants of the agricultural land and these people strongly believe in the traditions  [...]

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