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While riding the train to work, I noticed a card lying on the ground. On the card, there was a picture of a large bus with colored lights, and the words “visit us here for a great party bus site”, which got me a little interested. Although most people ride around in these buses when they want to have fun with a large group of people, I thought it would be a neat idea to ride in one alone and just have fun for the day. I went to the website from the card and rented my own party bus for a day.
The bus looked big from the outside, but on the inside it was even bigger.
When my boss asked me to research a company that can provide a platinum party bus in Toronto, I was really curious why he wanted this. He has asked me to reserve limos for him before, but it was always either for him and his wife or for a visiting executive. This was the first time that he had asked about a party bus though. I went to the same company website that I use for his limos, and I looked at the different party buses they have in their fleet. I was surprised to see that there are so many different ones that hold anywhere from 18 people all the way up to 50 people.
I asked him how many people he wanted on this bus so I would know which one to look at. When he told me at least 40, I knew that this was going to be something for all of us, because there are 40 of us that work here.
The kids in my neighborhood really love the Ninja Turtles. They watch the cartoon every week and play with all the toys. They remind me of me when I was a kid, playing with my turtle toys and watching the cartoon. I even had some turtle clothes. The turtles ride around in a van outfitted with high tech gear for fighting crime. I thought it would be cool if I, along with 3 other parents, dressed as the turtles and use a party bus Toronto limo as a party van.
First we had to make sure that we could find a party bus that would work as a party van. We contacted a local company and asked us if they could provide us a bus in green, and they actually had one available. Once the bus was secure, we started thinking about costumes. The costume store sells adult sized turtle costumes, but these costumes are so quality that they look more like turtles that have been melted in the microwave. One of the parents had a wife who does a lot of sewing and volunteered to make turtle costumes for us.
With 10 National Parks and home to the endangered mountain gorilla, Uganda is often known as the ‘Pearl of Africa’ and has become one of the most popular tourist destinations for those looking to take safaris in East Africa.
As a British National, if you want to travel to Uganda you will need a Visa.
The UK Government has a wealth of information regarding the requirements of travelling to this area of Africa, and it is advisable to do as much research as possible before you go.
Once you know the basics such as what clothing to pack, then consult a specialist website such as http://www.steppestravel.co.uk/uganda who will have more in-depth information and advice specific to travelling in Uganda.
From July 2016, Uganda simplified the system for entering the country from the United Kingdom. If you are a tourist you can now make an online visa application called an e-visa. It is advisable to make your application as far in advance as possible in case of any complications. The cost of a single entry to Uganda has recently been reduced, and you can find out how much this is when you make your application. You must, however, remember to bring this money with you in American Dollars, as you need to pay in cash on entry.
A tourist is normally only permitted to stay between 2 weeks and 3 months, but this is up to the immigration authority and you will be advised by email when you have been accepted.
Uganda is land locked and so has countries all around it, however they do have the famous Victoria Lake and snow-capped mountains, making it a diverse landscape. There are lots of endangered species found here and many travellers choose to take their safaris to this country in the hope of seeing rare birds, chimpanzees and the ‘big five’ – Lions, Elephants, Rhinos, Leopards and Buffalo. How about taking a gorilla trekking holiday where everything is organised for you, led by specialist guides?
There is a famous gorilla sanctuary in the remote Bwindi National Park where you can get close and marvel at these special animals. Wind your way through the forest to meet these awesome animals – this is where memories are made and never forgotten.