Journey to Masindi via The Equator

Today we were up early for our journey to Masindi. We hadn’t gotten a chance to get to the Equator yet, so I asked our driver to head there first. This was definitely a worthwhile experience but was quite a bit out of our way and made the trip longer. All in all, though, the trip went well. We started out at 7:20 and arrived at the Equator by 9am. After looking in the shops, taking pictures at the Equator monument, and watching the Water Flow experiment (see the video at the bottom of this post), we headed on to Masindi at 10:15. just over 5 hours later we arrived. Instead of a bunch of text today, I’m going to let the images do the talking. Even though we felt like we were on the road quite early, it was clear that Kampala was already bustling with much activity at the variety of produce stands and other stores.

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About kbohan

Professor and Founding Chair, Department of Pharmacy Practice Binghamton University School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences Binghamton, NY USA
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2 Responses to Journey to Masindi via The Equator

  1. carol acacio says:

    Stay safe great pictures

    Sent from my iPad

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  2. Debra Prelewicz says:

    Thank-you for the update!

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