Airport Guesthouse Entebbe
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What comes to mind when you hear the name "Uganda"? Probably not godly men who want to spend all day learning about the Emmaus courses and tell a foreigner they never met about their ministries. But I spent one day at the chapel campus all day with the 8 district coordinators. They told me all about their works and then we had a discussion with me, questions etc until after 4.
The next day I got home at 8 pm after ...
... were here to play with them! The house mothers are fantastic, but there are so many children, they can only spread their affection so far....and the so the children are just crying out for attention from us. Lorna had brought lots of sunglasses....or goggles as they call them. They absolutely love them! Beth brought lots of sun hats donated by her friend. So before you knew it, every baby had the hats and goggles on! Then Paul did their favourite ...
... with the visitors that were returning. The same boat but in daylight was again beautiful with many water lilies and small green hummingbirds and yellow weaver birds. The road to the city was a lot worse than the one from Entebbe. I took a taxi to the couple from LN where I'm staying till Tuesday when we return together to Bussi.This house is a palace and has running hot water in the showers. this blog will be the only one that I can try to send hope to be able to pictures.
... of this amazing journey that I took. A huge thank you to those who donated items for me to take down. All the baby clothing went to a central office and will disbursed where needed. The baby homes and babies I photographed will be the recipients of these items and send a big Thank You. All the other items will go to a central location to be dispersed among the villages fairly. On your behalf of a few of these donations some were given to ...
... reason lol. We drove a bit more, stopped for lunch by the side of the road and then went to get groceries/exchange money in Mbara. Shauna and I woke up from one of our 4 daily naps as people were leaving the bus with our guide and decided to join in. They were already well on our way so we tried to catch up with them. Pretty sure we were still half asleep and almost got run over/stolen. It was borderline scary. Definitely wouldn't be doing any solo traveling around this area. After ...