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25th January 2014

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23rd October 2013
Yellow-bellied black snake at Lake Barrine

would like information on the snake
nice photo.
10th June 2013
Boksi destination board

No, "Insha'Allah" in the yellow one mmmm , I want more photos from abri and halfa before 2008 .. plaese :( especially persons pictures
19th November 2012
Panch Mahal

great
19th November 2012

great..........
6th October 2012
Kung fu boys

Kung Fu is not with those boys1
COUNTRY WING CHINESE KUNG FU SCHOOL, UGANDA P O BOX 27734 KAMPALA (U) +256 775 25 99 17 +256 776 869 443 Email:countrywingchinesekungfu@yahoo.com +256 701 552 170 19th May 2012 Country Wing Chinese Martial Arts Schools have been active in Uganda for the past 15 years. Being part of the organization will benefit Country Wing Chinese Martial Arts Schools which are owned and operated by the Kung Fu Brothers. Country Wing Chinese Martial Arts (CWCMA) is the premier Ugandan organisation dedicated to the Martial Arts disciplines of Kung Fu, Wushu, Tai Chi, Chinese Kick Boxing (Sanda), Toa, and is the founding organisation of other East African affiliates over seeing over 10 Chinese Martial Arts Schools and clubs registering over 200 members. The focus of this programme is to provide pupils and students the highest Martial Arts instruction available, in a safe and positive environment that people of all ages can enjoy .We combine excellent student instruction ratios with state of the art training facilities (equipment). Our coaches provide a more than 15 years of research and development. They are with pupils and students every step of the way to help them reach their individual goals (and may be over) reach some new goals they have never before thought possible. Country Wing Chinese Martial Arts is a value priced Martial Arts serving its customers in Uganda by providing several programmes for a variety of purposes ranging from basic Chinese Martial Arts, to self defence, to esteem and life skills building, and more. CWCMA plans to enhance its programmes as it expands, developing new programs to ensure practitioners have much access to the different aspects of Martial Arts as possible. The art of self defence is becoming more and more popular with the young people of this country as the terrorist threats to this World have become reality. . CWCMA offers what was proved as the best Martial Art in the world. Kung Fu is an exciting and powerful Martial Art known for its dynamic kicking, hand techniques and body twisting through jumps and front and back flips. Although Chinese Martial Arts are centuries old, the planned programmes being offered are always evolving to keep pace with the rapidly changing world. CWCMA schools realize that each practitioner possesses different physical abilities. Size and strength vary with each individual. Once a practitioner has acquired a strong foundation in the basics, our teaching programmes will enhance their physical capabilities and maximize his/her self defense skills. CWCMA School is not only interested in just teaching self-defense. Our certified coaches remain interested in the complete personal development of each pupil/student. Individual attention is a feature of each and every class, allowing all students to progress quickly and confidentially towards their personal goals. CWCMA schools take their responsibility as a role model for younger students seriously, teaching them the importance of strong character, leadership and good value. The teaching curriculum of CWCMA schools is based on two concepts “positive mental attitude” and “high goal setting”. We are so positive about this programme that we give students and their families the most professional, well supervised and highest quality classes available in any Chinese Martial Art sport or art. Future plans call for CWCMA to expand through out the entire African continent. Thanks for your precious time! Wamala Peter Dr/Shifu/Director
13th August 2012

Contact Numbers
Does any-one have a contact number or email address for TCO.
From Blog: Beira necessity
11th August 2012

Enjoyed your stay
Glad to hear you enjoyed your stay at Frog's backpackers in Port Hedland. I'm the partner of Gary (now wife and mother of 2 little boy frogs). Hoping you are still enjoying your backpacking experiences. We are waiting until the boys are a little older before our overseas travels starts although we have done a lot of travels around Australia with the boys.
From Blog: Frog man
25th April 2012
Volcan Osorno at dawn

This is a truly spectacular sunrise!
From Blog: German bight
21st March 2012
Obligatory diner jukebox

Vivo en Argentina buenos aires me gustaria saber si se venden? y cuanto me saldria que me la manden a mi pais, desde ya mcuhas gracias!!
6th March 2012
Underground church

Mass time
Can you please let me know Mass times for Saturday and Sunday 10-11/3 2012 as I wish to attend.
29th January 2012

i just read this for tonight, ready for Jabe,s journey.. good idea over morning coffee to read a blog entry to take the mind away from everyday reality. so many deep observations, so many reasons to travel or just to change surrounding in my case is so important. It certainly stirs stagnancy. some kind of movement, change certainly must broaden horizons. We can not run from ourselves, but we must realize smth, discover within through wonders in the world.
29th January 2012

by accident
glad i found real world traveler by sheer accident, just viewing photo on main page. Something to follow -travel in time and places i probably never will know about otherwise. looking forward reading and how it ended. always fascinated how drastic people can change them lives.
19th January 2012
Zanzibar Hill Lodge

senior officer with air tanzania company limited headquarters -dsm
the pictures are very nice i would like to have the phones of the hotel incase i want to make direct hotel bookings.
31st December 2011
Window grill

windows grill disining
disining
30th December 2011
Cat (and mouse) on a tin roof

Cat (and mouse) on a tin roof
Hello. Can you tell me who is the owner of this picture? I just had someone propose this same identical cat and mouse for my new business logo. Thank you.
22nd December 2011
Sculpture

Awesome Sculpture
The above sculpture looks real & for once we can't even think that it's not the real one. It's a great work of the sculpture & person who make these seems to be very interesting & full of life too. Thanks for sharing us this sculpture.
28th November 2011
Jagannath temple complex

Jagannath god
really good photos .... i will pray that my luck & my destiny will follow in future in jagannath temple...
From Blog: Airfare cut
17th November 2011

Iiron doors
"Awesome" Its so beautiful and i have no words to say about it. Iron doors
10th November 2011
Sculpture

Nice article it was...really telling the truth story of every insect or animal, how they solve the problem or hoe they cross the border without any hitch.. Thanks for the such inspirational article
20th October 2011
Sculpture

i like this post ..............
thanks this sharing ............... thanks all.
25th September 2011

This must be one of the best blogs I've read on here. Great summary of your travel experience! Curious about your book now... Cheers, Jens
11th September 2011

The pics are quite good and will help us with our schoolwork.Pl try mentioning the date,place and year they were built
29th July 2011

Wow!
Thats an amazing summary to an amazing journey. I haven't come across your blogs before, being fairly new to TB, so I'm looking forward to reading them. I hope you find what your looking for. Your right the UK isn't as bad as we often make ourselves believe, you just need to see the rest of the world to appreciate that! Good luck. James
25th June 2011

details not shown.
The names of building are given but not shown in detail that who had built them,in which year it was built otherwise it would be very helpful in making school projects and assingments. But they are quite good.

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