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DRC and Uganda - a retrospective

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Zim Girl

Thank you for writing!

 

The scenery in the Rwenzoris looks positively prehistoric. You obviously had a fantastic time and how great you were able to see the school in the end as well.

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Jochen

Man ,this this was pure gold.

A golden thread! :D

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Soukous

super stuff @@davidedric

I wonder how different a hike up the Ruwenzori Mts woud be today?

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Sangeeta

super stuff @@davidedric

I wonder how different a hike up the Ruwenzori Mts woud be today?

I wonder too. In terms of time, it really is such a very short period of 20-30-40 years that have elapsed since these adventures took place, but seems like so much has changed between then and now.

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SafariChick

Really fantastic report, writing and photos. Thank you so much for sharing!

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johnkok

A wonderful read. To be treasured. Thanks for taking the time to put this together @@davidedric

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TonyQ

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Wonderful

The section on the Efe is superb, the environment on the climb, and then finishing at the school

Great adventure, great writing, great pictures

Thank you

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