Lake Bunyonyi (Part 3)

We paid money to sleep in a place that had no front door.

It was called a Geodome and looked about like a grass-thatched cave. The thatch actually did a great job of keeping out the noises from the rest of the camp and the open front was the perfect way to bask in the sounds of the lake and the birds in the trees and the cows across the water. The bugs moved freely too so the mosquito net was a must.

I just liked waking up and being able to enjoy this view. If only I could have convinced him to bring me breakfast in bed…

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