Uganda to Kenya: Hitchhiking with a German and Sniffing Tobacco

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    Welcome to Jinja.
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    I like the Ugandan long-horned cattle.
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    Lake Victoria...
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    ...Turning into the River Nile.
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    Jackass!
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    The River Nile.
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    Yea, this sucker is long!
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    That looks like something my dad would make.
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    Now, that is a cool sign!
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    Authoritative. They must be sick of that...
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    My ride to the Uganda/Kenya border.
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    Wow! Welcome to Kenya. One kilometer after this sign, trucker friend Isaac got out money to give to a highway cop.
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    My truck/hitchhike crew.
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    Kenya.
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    Switch off the Switches!
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    Sniff snuff beer party fun!

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