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Uganda: The Essential Bucket List

Posted on: September 25, 2019

Uganda is steadily becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations of east Africa. From the snowy Rwenzori Mountains to the idyllic Lake Victoria, this country is diverse and utterly delightful. Here are the top five things to see and do on your trip. Image Credit Go on Safari No trip to east Africa would be complete without a safari trip, but Uganda’s Queen Elizabeth National Park is something special. While there, look out for…

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Why Your Website Must Be Mobile Friendly

Posted on: September 25, 2019

As mobile phones have become more sophisticated they’ve taken on more functions. No longer just for phone calls and text messages many people now run much of their lives via their mobile, using it as diary, camera, address book, entertainment centre and more. And of course they’re used to access the internet. According to the UK’s telecoms watchdog Ofcom smartphones have now replaced laptops as the nation’s most popular device for accessing the web. What…

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Swinging 60s Dress Styles Revealed

Posted on: September 25, 2019

The 1960s offered a revolution in fashion, with far fewer restrictions and much more choice, and this was reflected in the exquisite variation of wedding dresses that were seen. Image Credit As documented by the BBC, the wedding dress has evolved over the years with the 1960s seeing a stunning variation of designs that are still much sought-after for those looking for a vintage dress with a difference today. The Edwardian Style A popular choice…

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Gorillas: Inter-Family Relationships Prevail

Posted on: September 16, 2019

It might seem a little surprising, but gorillas have very structured, highly sophisticated family groups just as we do. Like humans, our close evolutionary neighbours don’t always have completely amicable relationships. Image Credit Good Neighbours Territory is important, and so is status, so it’s all the more interesting to see rangers’ discoveries of gorilla families spending time together socially. Tight familial bonds can be credited with this, given the conflict that might normally be expected…

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