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Lake Victoria

I also visited Lake Victoria one weekend with Ken and we took two of the school children as a special treat. The lake is so large that you cannot see the other side so it looks just like a sea. We soon attracted a band of local children who were obviously unused to having many white visitors, providing a new source of entertainment for them. Many of Ken’s extended family live in this area and again I recieved a very warm welcome from everyone. We spent a very entertaining evening dancing to traditional African music, the sight of a western lady willing to get up and dance alongside them caused much amusement!
 
I witnessed first hand the simplicity of a farming community who rely on the land or the Lake for all oftheir resources and sustenance. Many people have quite large pieces of land by European standards, but their lives are hard and entirely dependant on the benevolence of the forces of nature to provide food and produce to sell. Life is based entirely on the priorities for survival; food, shelter, water and clothing. There are no luxuries to be seen in these rural homes. Clothes are worn until they fall apart and furniture is passed down from generation to generation. No self-indulgent consumerism here! With no running water in rural areas, all water for drinking, cooking, washing and bathing has to be brought back from the river unless there is a bore hole on the land. It is a common sight to see ladies carrying heavy containers of water on their heads, and the river may be at least 15 minutes or more distant from their homes.
 

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essayoneday on 04 February 2020 10:04
Really interesting traveling places you discuss with us and I already visit the beautiful places which are really enjoyable. Thank you for such amazing places information to discuss continue to share more such updates always.
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easy essay on 02 March 2020 20:04
From your description, Lake Victoria sounds more than a body of water. It sounds like the lifeblood of the community living around it. I hope it is visited by too many people in order to preserve its beauty. A place that becomes a tourist attractions sometimes becomes exploited. This ruins the charm of the place, which can mean disaster for the community living around it and the people who depends on its for a living. If Lake Victoria is to become a tourist destination, stakeholders should make sure there is a balance between environmental protection and economic expectations.
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