EAST AFRICA SAFARI 2017 – photos eight

Itanga Falls near the head of the Nile make a background for wedding pictures, selfies and a place to wash motorbikes!

Itanga Falls near the head of the Nile make a background for wedding pictures, selfies and a place to wash motorbikes!

Getting them to smile is much more difficult.

Getting them to smile is much more difficult.


Mother and child

Mother and child


Mastulah in Kampala, Uganda

Mastulah in Kampala, Uganda

Dorothy, Kampala

Dorothy, Kampala

A new front tyre, Kampala

A new front tyre, Kampala

Nicholas, Kampala

Nicholas, Kampala

Descending to the Rift Valley once again, near Fort Portal, Uganda

Descending to the Rift Valley once again, near Fort Portal, Uganda

The old road over the mountains near Fort Portal. A wonderful ride!

The old road over the mountains near Fort Portal. A wonderful ride!

Tea just shines out of the landscape!

Tea just shines out of the landscape!

Happy drummer at Fort Portal, Uganda

Happy drummer at Fort Portal, Uganda

Lawrence, traditional healer at Bigodi in his tree bark cloth hat

Lawrence, traditional healer at Bigodi in his tree bark cloth hat

Bridget nd her daughter Joanne. Bridget made a fine hostess at the Tinka homestay in Bigodi

Bridget nd her daughter Joanne. Bridget made a fine hostess at the Tinka homestay in Bigodi

Puncture repair entetains a village

Puncture repair entetains a village

The extraordinary scene at the Katwe Lake salt pans. Unique!

The extraordinary scene at the Katwe Lake salt pans. Unique!

Gathering salt

Gathering salt

Salt pans at Katwe

Salt pans at Katwe

Viancama

Viancama

Weaver birds - I think...

Weaver birds – I think…

Passed on the public road. A bit of a thrill even for me!

Passed on the public road. A bit of a thrill even for me!

The name of this crater lake means 'bad smelling meat'. I could get a whiff even at this distance. Lots of elephant tracks on the shores.

The name of this crater lake means ‘bad smelling meat’. I could get a whiff even at this distance. Lots of elephant tracks on the shores.

Fred, hotel guard at Ishaka, Uganda.

Fred, hotel guard at Ishaka, Uganda.

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