When you arrive anywhere in Uganda, the first thing you hear is a joyful, “You ah welcome!” It is announced with such love and appreciation; folks are genuinely honored that you have come from so far away to visit their beautiful homeland, and they go the extra mile to make you feel at ease.
On our way out of the airport, we pass the State House, residence of President Yoweri Museveni, installed in 1986. He has conveniently eliminated presidential terms & age limits!
The journey to Entebbe, Uganda is a long one, so we begin our trek in a lovely sun-splashed inn with big, cooshie outdoor seating. Someone brings fresh squeezed juice – papaya or pineapple, perhaps. There is music playing that sounds something like this.
We rest, have a lovely meal with locally-grown fresh fruit & veg, a little fish from Lake Victoria, the largest tropical lake on Earth, then we rest and prepare to explore the Ngama Island Chimpanzee Sanctuary.
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