I opened my eyes as we were crawling up the hills. Winding through an intense fog blanket, I could start to see hints of sunrise. Almost two hours had passed since we set off from Kabale town at 5:30AM with Alex in the driver’s seat. We were almost at Bwindi Impenetrable National Park – by Uganda’s southwestern border with the Congo. This was a moment I’d been waiting for with nervous anticipation since the time I arrived in East Africa.
I waited with an impatient anticipation as we were landing in Jersey, to see what life was like in the Channel Islands. Would it be an extension of England? A little version of France, given it was just off the French coast? Or something completely different? Many people don’t understand what status Jersey holds, myself […]
The atmosphere in Luang Prabang for the most part was that of one big sleepy village. Having recently been in Bhutan, I loved this. Inhabited for thousands of years, it was the royal capital of the country until recently (1975). The whole town was designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1995, and you really do […]