So a quick switch with Justine as I am hopeless at driving at night. We finally made it to the African camp that was on the GPS. A bit dodgy as it was a truck stop and right on the road. Traffic the whole night and Ugandans shouting up at the tent- “Masungu I love you!” At 6am we couldn’t take it anymore and Justine shouted back that we are sleeping and that they must go away!
So in the morning on the road to Kampala and we met up with Jeroen and Casper at the Red Chilli. I was expecting much more from other blogs but it was a place to sleep. Way too many rules for a campsite. Justine had a contact in Kampala and had organized for us to stay with him.
However before we headed over there in the morning we had to make a stop to the hospital as Justine had an insect bite that was not looking very good. After blood tests etc the doctor gave her some antibiotics and off we went.
Ross was very hospitable and took us to watch a local rugby game and a great dinner. I am very thankful for a comfortable bed and a nice clean showerJ It was here in Kampala that Justine decided it was time to head back to South Africa. It was a bit of a shock as I wasn’t expecting her departure so soonL Goodbyes were said in the early hours of the morning. It was great having her on the trip and we had some real fun times!
So off I go to Jinja!