Michelle was kind enough to lead all of us through a yoga/pilates class on the front lawn both Saturday and Sunday, and luckily no one was attacked by any Marabou storks. These garish-looking birds have up to a 12-foot wingspan and are plentiful around the hotel grounds. They are scavengers and have a proclivity for eaten human garbage (including whole shoes and pieces of metal). They will allegedly attack if you play dead.
Dennis (our driver for the evening): “She is not alone.”
- A colloquialism used to describe an individual who is particularly inebriated.
Johann had one of the best lessons that day:
Johann: “I though Mbarara was close to the airport.”
Quote of the day:
Michelle: “You can never go wrong doing what’s right.”