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The cold was unbearable! Even after wearing two pairs of long warm socks, two pairs of warm trousers, two t-shirts, a warm sweater, two pairs of woolen gloves and a warm cap over my head, I still felt the cold seeping through to my bones. I tried to lay still underneath my sleeping bag to try and keep warm, but the hard ground forced me to change positions every now and then making sleeping unbearable for the night. I was extremely fatigued and needed as much rest as possible to gather energy for the next day.
  • 2021-06-16 18:35:04,
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I recently took a day trip to Ssezibwa Falls in Mukono district, just 32km out of Kampala City. It was the perfect way to spend a sunny Saturday afternoon. I travelled with a group of people, most of whom I was meeting for the very first time. That alone made the trip even more exciting for me as I did not know what to expect. I’m a sucker for waterfalls (as you might already know) and so a day trip, not far away from home to view Ssezibwa Falls, was a no-brainer for me.
  • 2021-06-16 18:38:16,
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Just as soon as I was done with wearing my boots and ready to head out to the Wagagai Peak (the summit of Mt.Elgon), which stands at 4,321m; it dawned on me that this was going to be my 8th summit point in a year. I quickly grabbed a piece of coal that was lying down on the grass just beneath a piece of wood and proudly wrote my name and hiking achievements in bold letters. However, after carefully counting through later in the night I realized I had written down 7 instead of 8 summit points, nevertheless a great achievement especially for an African woman.
  • 2021-06-16 18:40:43,
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