We began our our trip to the top of Murchison Falls with a ferry crossing of the Victoria Nile. What we had seen from below was far more dramatic from the top as the whole river goes through a slot in the cliff that is just a six meters wide. Still pictures canâ€™t do justice to the scene at all, so I took videos. This one is from the level of the bridge that was built in 1960. It lasted two years before the river rose up and destroyed it. If you look closely you will see the river reaching up toward me as well as Pious and Sherry at the â€œwet spot.â€ Then I walked to the top of the falls and took this one. Then I walked down river to over look the most intense part of the falls and took this one. I zoomed to see the little island Iâ€™d climbed onto on yesterdayâ€™s boat trip, where I looked up rive to the falls and shot this one. Finally I went up to the â€œwet spotâ€ where the spray drenches one quickly and took this one.
It seemed that the â€œguardsâ€ were not going to allow us to leave as we headed for the south gate and into Masindi and continued back to Kampala for Connie Jarlsbergâ€™s birthday party at the Italian Restaurant.