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This is a plantation in Uganda, we saw lots of plantations on our way to Bwindi (which is where we saw the gorillas) Uganda has a lot of plantations, especially for tea. They’re really beautiful, and we pulled over a couple of times just to stop and look at the view. If you’re big in to tea, Africa is one of the best places to drink it. I love tea, I have a cup of Kenyan tea every day, I loved the Ugandan tea that we had too, but we didn’t find a place to buy any.

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This is our beautiful little tent cabin in Kibale, Uganda. We stayed at the Primate Lodge, which was absolutely fantastic. When we weren’t out trekking we were relaxing here; on the porch drinking tea, reading, and just enjoying the jungle view. When we were trekking we saw SO much; lots of beautiful natural scenery, birds, and tons of different primates, including chimps. This place was great, and Kibale is an AMAZING place to visit. If you have the opportunity, absolutely go to Kibale, it’s an incredible experience. Also, if you are in Uganda go visit the Impenetrable Forest to see the Gorillas. We had a better viewing of the gorillas, just because they weren’t moving as much as the chimps, but both are wonderful!!!!!

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This picture was taken at the Grand Bazaar in Istanbul, Turkey. ┬áThe Bazaar has a lot to offer, spices, teas, and turkish delight are plentiful here. The Bazaar also has a plethora of more tourist oriented shopping; purses, hats, touristy tee shirts, dresses, little lamps, decorative ceramics, really anything you are looking for, you can find it here. And it’s super fun to visit, even if you aren’t actually in the market for anything. The vendors are friendly, and bargaining/ haggling is acceptable!

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