Two national parks and some mountains

Surreal landscape in western Uganda
Spread your wings and fly away
Side shot
Runaway
Three on the side
Zebras crossing
Crested crane
Which way?
Lion
Kiddo
Contemplating the kill
Checking out the tourists
Cubbed
Horned
Snack in the distance
Hyena
Dad and daughter
All is cookies and eggs
Barry and Barry
Retrieving the salt
Getting some water
Claimant
Fisherkids
Buffalo
Buffalo
Crane
Ugandan crested crane
Deep thought
Crossing
The other side
A family that eats together, stays together
Nest building
Feeling peckish
Every time is snack time
Buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo buffalo
Tusky
German babe
Perched
A school of hippos
Pinching those eyes
Domestic dispute
It's a crowd
Spreading his wings
A fine set of ears
Happy family
Why, hello there!
Boobs! This big!
Basking
Lovebirds
Dragging mom up the mountain
How the other half lives
The parents
Mountains of the moon
Scrabble time
Waiting for a #pizza
Babes on the equator
#Kazinga channel inside queen Elizabeth national park
Wildlife
Checking in
All this, Simba...
Ready
The godfather
Barries
Barry, Barry and Barry
The year that was . net
In the #mo #mood
Remember, remember, the #mo of #movember

Niamh's parents visited, which for them, having never ventured further than Spain and seldom having crossed the Irish Sea, was quite a big thing. So, we visited lake Mburo National Park, Queen Elizabeth National Park, winding down in Fort Portal, in a 1000km circular trek from and to Kampala.

Lion was seen, as was hyena, too many bucks to count, elephants, buffalo, hippos and much more. And expensive lodges were experienced, including a lunch at the spectacularly located Kyaninga.

In Queen Elizabeth, we saw both lake George and lake Edward, south of lake Albert, which is a stopping point for the Nile's waters on the way to the Mediterranean. Lake George, through the Kazinga channel (not man-made) empties in lake Edward, which, through the surprisingly small Semliki river which starts in the DRC, empties in lake Albert, which empties in the Nile.
This means that Ptolemy's claim that the Rwenzori, the Mountains of the Moon, are the source of the Nile, is surprisingly reasonable. Well, if you wouldn't be aware of the river flowing from lake Victoria into lake Albert.

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