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I taught for four years ( 1969-73 ) at Kololo Senior School in
Kampala.  Joan, my wife, taught at Nakasero Primary School,
also in Kampala.

We made a sentimental return to Uganda in August 1997,
taking our daughters Anya and Tamsin with us.
The photographs below record some of our impressions
of this beautiful country.


A single chimp on an island close to Mweya Safari Lodge
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A tree lion at Ishasha in the Queen Elizabeth National Park
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Germina - the representative of Chiko Travel Kampala. She organised our holiday in Uganda via the Internet. Thoroughly recommended !


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Kisubi Tombs - the traditional burial place of the Kabakas     ( Kings ) of Baganda.
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The Crested Crane - symbol of Uganda, centre piece of the national flag.
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Standing on the Equator - separated by 28 years. Sorry about the quality of the older photo, it is copied from a 35mm slide
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Murchison Falls - where the river Nile rushes through a gap in the rocks only 9 metres wide.

Well worth the long road journey to see it.

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Murchison Falls - viewed from a boat at the foot of the falls, they are just as impressive.
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Uganda Martyrs - stained glass window in Namirembe Cathedral Kampala
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Maribou Stork
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