This gives good access to the Nile itself as well as whitewater rafting, kayaks, the Nile High bungee jump, and a great bar.
Jools wrote:So far not much new gear except a cool new Gorilla Torch Flare.
Yellow Fever, my second as they only last 10 years. Comes with a certificate that I need to travel with to prove I've been inoculated
Rabies, injected into left arm, £18. This one is a dog, really. My arm feels dull for a couple of days and the next day I feel hungover.
RickE wrote:Is this a must for Uganda, or only if you have been to a yellow fever area?
RickE wrote:We were advised a couple of years ago not to have rabies injections. Can't quite remember the reasoning, although I think it was something to do with the inoculations don't prevent, they only buy you time. Has that changed?
Is this a must for Uganda, or only if you have been to a yellow fever area?
The most important thing of all, I need to double check with Shane that I don't need power converters and that Uganda uses 240V, 50 Hz plugs like this:
Shane wrote:It still baffles me from time to time that by the 21st Century mankind has still had not standardized electric plugs.
Jools wrote:iPhone, Blackberry, and USB modem all with global roaming.
wrote:I don't want to be in a battle but waiting on the edge of what I can't escape is even worse.
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