Getting into this place was a bit slow as the processing of the carnets seemed to stress the revenue collector who we had to pay 32,000 Shillings to ($20 us) this had to be in local money only and the Visa of $50 US had to be paid in US $ only, but we got there.
Great roads and the evidence of the heavy rain and flooding that we had heard about on the news. Really glad we are not on dirt roads here, though we did have a long section of road-works that had holes you could have hidden a small car in.

The only safe accommodation tends to be inlock-up compounds that are surrounded by high fences and patrolled by armed guards, so often we feel a bit removed from the locals at the beer end of the day.

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