The traffic is very intense in Kampala, but everyone seems to politely merge or give way when they need to! This afternoon we visited the second largest mosque in Africa ( the largest is in Morocco). Before we were admitted we needed to cover up, there was even a tourist tent for this purpose! We climbed to the top of the minaret, and had an amazing 360* view of the city. Later we walked through very busy streets and cautiously scurried across intersections. There were so many people about. Another traffic jam and we arrived at a restaurant for some traditional food, including cooked banana, peas, stew, spinach with rice. Very tasty, but filling. Lionel and I chatted to Raymond, our guide. We discussed many interesting things about family ties. In the meantime there were a couple of groups at the restaurant negotiating dowries…two cows are the minimum, but the sky is the limit!