A picture is worth a thousand words?
Well, you first have to see mine to believe that.
One sun splashed day, I went walking, up Namirembe hill. You should be able to google it on Google Earth, I bet. Me and my internet connection, I cannot.
Namirembe. One of the ‘original’ seven hills of
At the very top of the hill is the shrine for the Anglican god. Here is the approach, from my pedestrian point of view.
Shame (my photographic sense, that is). If you want to see more of it, it is below.
Why isn’t the biggest, most prominent cathedral the seat of the Archbishop of the
Namirembe is a round hill. The shrine sits at the very summit, leveled. She is squat, like an old lady who is all front. I mean, there is no front- or maybe I just rarely see the front?
I often climb that hill. But usually it is to look at this view.
Am looking west as I take that one. Here, I watch the sun setting, though come to think of it, not of recent. Between me and the horizon is the river valley in which I live. And I have for some time.
Let me bring it closer.
Ok, it is true. Weird me. I come not to see the valley, but to look at the sunset, and the cloud formations. So, since the camera is usually pointing upwards, you get more cloud than land. Ha!
To the east is the city. The jumble of buildings that is
Spread out like an old lady’s skirts. Told you, she is squatting.
Sheraton Kampala, the Gaddafi mosque squat on Old Kampala hill. Though I think of it as a shoulder of Namirembe hill. Well, my geography is not so good!
That is the more presentable part of
Have missed the sunset today. Funny, I do not have any pics of that from my favorite perch.
And, a last cryptic message. The appointment still holds, even after this long.
Hey, I have got Google Earth Image of Namirembe hill. Here you are.