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Uganda – Gorillas, but so, so much more (Part1 )

When mentioning to friends that I was going to Uganda, I got a look of surprise and a question of what am I going to do there? I would remind them that Uganda was one of the destinations to see […]

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Way back in the1860’s, a traveller, explorer and artist by the name of Thomas Baines immortalized a cluster of gnarly old baobab trees, located on the edge of a remote salt pan, in a now rather famous water colour painting. Today the baobabs have barely changed, and are a popular tourist destination. Due to their remoteness, not too many people get to see them, as they are literally in the middle of nowhere.

Revisiting History

Way back in the1860’s, a traveller, explorer and artist by the name of Thomas Baines immortalized a cluster of gnarly old baobab trees, located on the edge of a remote salt pan, in a now rather famous water colour painting. Today the baobabs have barely changed, and are a popular tourist destination. Due to their remoteness, not too many people get to see them, as they are literally in the middle of nowhere.

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