Crake Trees Manor
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Free parking
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Today (Saturday) we're having a day off and spending it at the Speke Resort in Kampala. It's a very smart place on the shores of Lake Victoria and has a large swimming pool.
Juliet was about to apply her sun cream when we noticed that what she thought was sun cream was actually Spanish hairspray. She had been using it all day yesterday at Sanga and wondered why it had not been very effective!
Last night we got back to the hotel just before 9 so we sat down to eat at about 9.30 and had a good meal. Because it is graduation week at one of the universities there seem to be parties every night. By 11 the party in the hotel had just about finished. When Julia and I went to bed there was a party going outside our window but outside the hotel compound. It sounded like a crazy 1980s disco and was close enough for us to feel that we were right in the middle of it. No chance ...
This morning Joe and Tom were woken up at 6.45 by a man hammering furniture together right outside their window. They were not happy as today we were not setting off until 9am and this was to be our lie in day!! Every day i seem to write that each day has been hotter than the previous one. We had some welcome rain overnight and had hoped that it would be a little cooler for us. Not so! We arrived at Bombo at about 11am. There were around 200 people ...
... and Blessed together with 2 of their children Joshua and Esther. We went up to their house again this afternoon and saw Esther's school. She is 16 and wants to be a doctor. We discovered that in addition to their 6 children Samuel and Blessed have 2 adopted children so there are 10 living in the house which is quite small. When we got back to the church they told us of their plans to build a Primary School for 200 students on land next to the church. The land would cost ...
... I have been to the pastors house to do some filming for a short film Joe is making about CRMI. The pastor here is called Sam and his wife is Blessed. They have 6 children and she looks about 35! One of their sons Joshua is sponsored by CRMI and is 13. He told us that the sponsorship really helps with the school fees. He loves maths and wants to be an accountant. He likes gospel music and the family sang us a gospel song. We are back in Nakaseke tomorrow ...