We got away to a fairly early start but got caught up in a traffic jam as were turned out of the camp site’s front gate. A truck had broken down somewhere in the vicinity and this had caused the problem. It took us an hour to travel only a few kilometres to a supermarket where the cook had to buy our provisions for the next few days. This stop also provided most of us with an opportunity to cash in our useful currencies for Kenyan shillings. There was also a good coffee shop in the complex that provided us with what was to be our last good coffee so far, not that we knew that at the time!
It was interesting to note that there was little roadside rubbish, we even spotted a few street sweepers. Kampala is generally a clean city.
A busy street-side market P1090205 DY of jtdytravels
Clean streets and green traffic roundabouts P1090210 DY of jtdytravels