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People are often making assumptions that Africa is a very dangerous, poor and unsafe place. Also, many people still think that Africa is like a one solid country but it is a continent which contains a 54 independent countries.
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It is a home to more than a billion people, there are many different peoples and tribes who speak in different languages, has different religions and their traditions are very unique.
Even the landscape changes from orange Namibian desert to rainforest and powerful waterfall. Serrated mountain peaks with snow caps and glaciers to the volcano with the lava lake on the top of the volcano Erta Ale and colorful Danakil crater. There are about languages in Africa.
They even have a monument for the African languages. I often ask myself: why Africa is so attractive to me.
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And I immediately answer: It is hard to describe the beauty of the Vidutinis sluoksnio narys, wildlife and unlimited freedom. It is hard to describe Africa in words: It is so colourful, loud and melodious, it overwhelms all possible senses, because in every step you feel something unusual, unexpected, unimaginable.
People are often making assumptions that Africa is a very dangerous, poor and unsafe place. Also, many people still think that Africa is like a one solid country but it is a continent which contains a 54 independent countries. It is a home to more than a billion people, there are many different peoples and tribes who speak in different languages, has different religions and their traditions are very unique.
Everything that you already had read in books looks far from the real emotions you experience being there. No school is able to teach you the lesson of Africa. Seems like all the crisis in the world — the accumulation of poverty, inequality, and spirituality in the minds of people is intrinsically understandable thing and is intended for higher powers and requires to live in order to survive.
The people of Africa are very poor but calmly equalizes with the rest of the world having so much. I used to travel to Africa on my own accompanying local travel agencieswith friends or through Lithuanian travel agencies.
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Travel in a group is also interesting but the next trip I would prefer to travel alone or with a smaller number of companions, accompanying by local travel agency. This time our final destination was Central African states Uganda and Rwanda. Equator passing through Uganda, divides our world into northern and southern hemisphere, where the sun descends perpendicularly to the horizon and equals day to night. Uganda is one of the three Lytis nario ir kunigu asilu dydziuose countries surrounding Lake Victoria, the largest one in the continent of Africa, which I have already seen when traveled across Kenya and Tanzania.
Our goal was to visit the Murchison Falls in Uganda — also known as Kabalegos or Kabaregos waterfall.
Murchison falls - unique decoration of Nile. This waterfall can be seen from a ship sailing through the Nile River. On the shores you can also find hippopotamus, crocodiles and buffalos. We have finally heard the roaring sound of water and Lytis nario ir kunigu asilu dydziuose later Lytis nario ir kunigu asilu dydziuose the sparkling water falling from the rocks.
It is necessary to get off from the ship and walk up to the top of the hill, to see how the wide river narrows up to 7 meters and powerful stream of water falling down from the gorge Siurblys uz nario padidejima meters height.
People saying that sometimes you feel like the earth tremble under your feet. We did not feel that but we got the chance to see the wonderful rainbow. Wildlife in Uganda is protected from extinction. There Lytis nario ir kunigu asilu dydziuose a times when reckless were killed rhinos, gorillas, elephants.
In order to save, endangered populations of animals are established to some kind of shelters where they being observed, maintained or treated if necessary. We walked around rhinoceros "shelter" at Ziva Rhino Reserve, which is currently home to more than a dozen of these huge animals.
Kibale National Park takes place and breeds around 13 species of monkeys. At the park you can find about 70 species of mammals, a multitude different sizes and colours of butterflies and birds.
It looks like a natural nature created book, full of differen colours, vibrant, surrounded by a variety of sounds. It is difficult to imagine the kingdom of birds at Magombė swamps Any artist would fail to repeat them natural colour schemes which decorates the nature of his works. We moved towards the Rwanda — Congo — Uganda tropical forests through dry savannah.
Here, in this triangle, in altitude of meters of Bwindi impenetrable thick rainforest are home to more than half of the world's mountain gorillas, whose life you watch in their natural environment.
Bwindi National Park primeval forest is strongly protected from any human activity in it. Especially Bwindy impenetrable forest-residential for gorillas, the largest primates are the closest to humans in their appearance and their natural behavior. Gorillas watching trip takes about one hour and no more than 8 people can be in a group, you are not allowed to use a flash while making the pictures.
In the village near the park, Batva pigmy tribes are living. These people lived in the forests, now expelled from the forest, but still retains the old traditions and tribal way of life. We were met with drums and dances, local peoples kindly showed their simple way of life. We also visited poor rural school which is lacking books, pencils and also — teachers. The children understands that education is the only way from poverty. In our world, schools are open to everyone.
We understand that education is our right, not the privilege. It is hard to imagine that in the 21st century you can still find the children who are not able to attend school.
Those happy kids who go to school still have to do some farm work as bringing a tank of Lytis nario ir kunigu asilu dydziuose home after classes because only the school has water-bore.
It is a very small state, three times smaller than Lithuania, but population of people is three times bigger. Rwanda is considered to be the most densely populated state in Africa — 1 sq. Rwanda is surrounded by jagged Virunga mountain range. The glacier on the top of the mountains fills the Nile basin with water. At the dormant volcanic foothills lies the beautiful shaped lakes.
Because of the very steep shores, lakes in Rwanda has no hippopotamus or crocodiles, people there do fishing, coasts equipped loggia with beautiful beaches and recreational areas. It is the real kingdom of birds. In dense tropical forests of Virunga mountain, American scientist and researcher of gorillas D.
Fossey lived here for 18 years. In almost 3 km altitude she build the house herself, laboratories and health shelter for gorillas. She changed her comfortable life Lytis nario ir kunigu asilu dydziuose America to extreme living conditions in the jungle just for the love of these endangered primates D. Foss ey Lytis nario ir kunigu asilu dydziuose and determination helped keep gorillas from poachers who were killing them.
Due to important discoveries and researches about the primate species D. Fossey has became one of the most famous zoologist in the world. Unfortunately in she was found murdered in her hut. There is a documentary film about this strong woman called — "Gorillas in the Mist. Fossey remnants of the settlements and the tomb.
We had to climb 3 km up to the steep slope. It was very slippery as well. We climbed via Lytis nario ir kunigu asilu dydziuose tropical forest-covered mountain, which has never saw the sun, the earth slush, long spines bushes tore the hands, high grass burned our hands.
However, we achieved the difficult aim. Fossey must to be a very strong woman, she had to climb that slope far more times than we did. By the way, the descent was even heavier than climbing up- we slid, our feet caught on the stones, we kept slipping and falling into the mud.
Fossey long and persistent work gave a visible results — reduced level of poaching and preserve the mountain gorilla species.
InRwanda survived painful genocide. In just over days, Hutu tribe extremists killed thousand Tutsi people, as well as political opponents, irrespective of Optimalus nario dydis susitikti ethnic origin.
Today Rwanda is trying to forget this horrific period of history.
Now it is forbidden to talk about ethnicity. We visited the Genocide Museum in Kigali. We saw the pictures — innocent victims of meaningless murder. There we have understood how unsettled, incomprehensible and inexplicable is the human life.
When you talk with Rwandans, you can feel that they are aware of their gruesome history, but ready to create a pleasant future. SinceLithuanian missionary Hermann Schulz lives in Rwanda. He established an orphans caring homes, schools and houses for villagers to live. He is the Father and Mother for orphanage children, the priest takes care of genocide victims. We had a pleasure to meet this extraordinary Man. We all dropped the mask which was hiding our hearts We communicated with our hearts instead using the words.
But I have a separate story about the Father Herman. Our trip has ended and I started dreaming again about the new trips. We are forever passengers in our life, everything is changeable and incomprehensible but one thing always stays the same — life always has an interesting plan for us.