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- Reduced mobility rooms
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... Victoria. We sampled freshly caught, whole fried tilapia--bones and all, about 18 inches long and six inches wide. Brinda and I split it but we both insisted on the head being removed before touching it. For Ugandans, the head is a delicacy. We are not Ugandans in case you didn't know nor did we care to be for that experience :-)
Later that day, we shared our expertise and passion with a group of about 30 student ...
... at cafe java. Then we went to baby Watoto. Had the best time playing with all the babies. We then went to another shopping centre to buy groceries we had to go through the vehicle check metal detector bag checks again and then we had to leave out bags at a bag check while we went into the stores. Saw beggars on the side of the road near the shopping centre. People go and collect poor people from ...
... bit surreal. We were assured there were no crocodiles or hippos in that stretch of river but it remained a bit unnerving. By the time we reached our final base for drinks and a BBQ we had paddled 31 km, ridden 8 of the worlds largest rapids and made Alison an adrenaline junkie. What a day! Back at the hotel this evening we have reflected on the last week at work and how to move things forward this coming week. Tomorrow is another bank holiday for the Ugandans, so we are a bit limited ...
... or hot water. So we got ready in true Ugandan style for our busy day of community projects. On the upside....we got Sam's suitcase back at about 10pm last night! Yay!!! We decided to walk through the village today and have our first chapatti breakfast (a pancake) which was thoroughly enjoyed by all. We walked past a lady who lives in a shack with no roof and just a single plastic chair for furniture. Mark gave her his chapatti which she seemed ...
... just outside of the city on the highest hill in Kampala that has views over Lake Victoria, but we must first drive through the city to get there, something I am not looking forward to! On arriving into Kampala its every bit as bad as I have read and heard. Its a parking lot of minibus taxis as far as the eye can see with thousands of motorbikes and people dodging in and out in all directions. We cant drive fast so its not ...