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Travel Blogs from Kampala
... coming up to stroke and touch me. Very flattering, and they looked lovely in their bright clothes. I took some photos of them and they were so proud of themselves. The families ties are so strong here and families visit and stay, always bringing food and do the laundry together on the grass behind labour rooms. There is a real seance of community here among the women and families and fathers are usually around too ( just not in the birthing ...
We were back in Kampala for round 2,
the journey from jinja was hair raising with the Matatu racing along,
swerving potholes and other vehicles!! We nearly lost one of our bags
as it flew out the boot, flying 50 metres down the main road!!!!!
Luckily we shouted to stop the bus and someone luckily kept guard of
our bag whilst the driver ran out to salvage it! That was a tense few
This time in Kampala we were staying
... in there! Health and Safety would have a field day here! The children didn't arrive until midday due to the weather......we have experienced more tropical thunder storms this week to last us a lifetime! Unfortunately, it does slow things down here cause it isn't just rain.....it's the type of rain that's so heavy it bounces back up, and so loud you have to shout to be able to hear each other. Liam's trainers are still wet from a storm on day 2! Once ...
... and we stayed there long enough this time for me to get a feel of the place. Once we got bored there, we headed back to Panamera. Yesterday when we went to Panamera it was early and quiet, but this time we got there once the night was in full swing and it was a very different place. They finally took me back to my hotel around 4:30, and even though I have to get up early tomorrow, every minute of lost sleep was worth it - thanks ...
... girls who were 14 years old, and respectively 5 and 7 months
pregnant. The others were 15, 16 and 17, and all between 5 and 9 months
pregnant, with two other girls also there with there 2 and 3 month old babies,
although they generally work to resettle them with families after the babies.
They also give them vocational training (e.g. cooking, hairdressing, tailoring)
while there, so they can have ...