Tagged: Lake Bunyonyi

Lake Bunyonyi to Fort Portal: Tired Man

Lake Bunyonyi to Fort Portal: Tired Man

Lake Bunyonyi to Fort Portal: Tired Man. Feb 11. I got up early, had breakfast and checked out of Wilfred’s Place.  It is a beautiful property, but I need to get going and see more of the country.  Plus, my body aches from labor that it is unaccustomed to. To get from Lake Bunyonyi to Fort Portal, I caught a motorcycle for about 45 minutes to take me into Kabale for 10,000 shillings.  I am not sure how a man...

Lake Bunyonyi: Blistered Softie

Lake Bunyonyi: Blistered Softie

Lake Bunyonyi: Blistered Softie. Lake Bunyonyi: Blistered Softie Feb 10 I worked all day on the shower again and finished the job today, but I worked for most of the hours of daylight. Workaway = Workallday Likeaslave Fornopay But, it felt great to be helping a really good man to build something on his property.  I would be happy to hear that he can really get the eco-farm and the school to prosper.  One can only wish good things for...

Lake Bunyonyi: Hard Work is Hard Work.

Lake Bunyonyi: Hard Work is Hard Work

Lake Bunyonyi: Hard Work is Hard Work. Feb 9 I woke up in a wonderful cottage clinging to the side of a hill with a terrace overlooking a beautiful lake with mountains behind the water.  It is gorgeous here on Lake Bunyoni.  Amasiko Eco-Farm is just that.  It also has cottages for visitors.  It is also a green-school for primary students.  Wilfred is a busy man. It turns out that I am in a village called Hamukaaka! Breakfast was at...

Rwanda to Uganda: From Gorillas to Potato Trucks

Rwanda to Uganda: From Gorillas to Potato Trucks

Rwanda to Uganda: From Gorillas to Potato Trucks. Feb 8 Time to leave my wonderful little village of Kinigi. It is time to get out of Rwanda.  I had not ambition to leave the ‘Land of thousand hills and a million smiles,’ but I need to start making some miles and some dust.  Time for the move from Rwanda to Uganda.  I feel like I am going to cheat a lot of countries out of a lot of time, but...