Tag Archives: Miss Duncan

Uganda Day 5: 2019

5.30am rolled around too quickly and the alarm was a slight shock to the system but it was for good reason – it was game drive day! Bridgette, a ranger from UWA, accompanied us and gave us a tour as … Continue reading

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Uganda Day 4: 2019

After a rather restless night last night, with a huge storm, I woke up feeling much better than yesterday. We headed to Tembo for breakfast where most of us had French toast to set us up for the day. Setting … Continue reading

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Uganda 2019: Day 4 – Visiting Rihamu

I awoke this morning very excited, anticipating my first trip to Rihamu School. The journey from Mweya to Kasese takes about an hour, on some of the best road in the country. It was a chance to reflect on Hambledon’s … Continue reading

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Uganda Day 3: 2019

Definitely ticked a couple of things off the bucket list today! We started the morning at Tembo having breakfast, looking out onto the channel and spotting elephants in the distance. Most of us had pancakes and we tried the plum … Continue reading

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Uganda Day 2: 2019

Well rested after a good night’s sleep, we walked through the (empty) zoo to breakfast – a full English of course, hopefully we’ll be brave enough to try some authentic food soon! Whilst we were packing our things, the animals … Continue reading

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Uganda Day 1: 2019

Day 1: After a long and tiring day of travelling, we have finally arrived! Luckily, the CM sports gang had landed just before us. After the panic of hoping our suitcases had arrived (which they did) and a long wait … Continue reading

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Uganda Travel Guides

As part of our topic on Uganda, the children have been using the evidence from their research on the country to write their own travel guides for Miss Duncan, who will be visiting Uganda for the first time in July. … Continue reading

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