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After an uneventful but long journey all 8 of us early arrivers – those doing a few days sightseeing before the official SLF program begins on Saturday - arrived at a very busy Entebbe airport. The best thing about the jurney was that on the trans-Atlantic flight, after a last minute seat change, I was lucky enough to be facing south east, so saw the moon rise and most of the eclipse.
The 45 minute drive to our lodge on ...
... They move their hips like crazy. I was way out my league! I need to improve my dancing skills for sure. So it was just a fun experience. I danced and played with the kids and it was just such a relaxing day. I can't believe I only have one week left here. It's crazy how the time has flown by. I'm grateful that I saw Ronnie so happy and that he could be with the love of his life. One day I'll get there (hopefully)! P.S. Sorry there are no pictures of the wedding. I didn't take anything with ...
... when they danced. The girls (Jesca, Ruth, Concy, Carol and Gloria) had skirts made from straw over their own clothes. Gift also joined in. The dance teacher was on the drums with Brian and Junior too. The dance was a traditional African style dance, it was unbelievable! It went on for over 15 mins and was very energetic. The boys would come forward first shaking their legs, and hips! The girls would then come forward and shake their ...
... Doreen) and children were wonderful hosts. We had a delicious Ugandan meal – rice, pork, beef, banana casserole, fish, spaghetti and more. We enjoyed their hospitality. Then it was back to the guest house for games night – Apples to Apples, Liars' Dice and Dutch Blitz – Darcy & Aspen were the champions!
Good night (or good morning if you are in Canada) from Aspen (junior student) and Angie (trip ...
... development of a sustainable agricultural training college will go a long way in solving economic problems of Ugandans, now and in the future, since Uganda's economy is based on agriculture.
You may be wondering where Jim and I fit in all this. It is all based on relationships, of course. Back in 2010, when I first came to Uganda, I met Mr. Fred Mpanga. Fred was the farm manager at the demonstration farm that I worked at in southern Uganda. Fred impressed me ...