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... with bigger rock to make smaller rock' jobs. They took particular interest in our shiny things that we carry around with us. Perhaps not the best day to try out my new diamond encrusted bowler hat but nevertheless I made it home with out being mugged and only four bullets from the guards Ak47's had to be used. Zoe: This morning we decided to take a boat across the lake for half of the mornings trip, to mix it ...
... with passengers and then leave. The sisters describe it as organized chaos!
Sunday was quiet with Mass at the parish and a restful afternoon. Mass was a little more toned down compared with Rubanda, no drums only a electronic drum beat which I had to smile at because I know some of my friends dislike for synthetic drums. In the evening, Sr. Bena and I went a night of cultural dances. ...
What a blessing today has been. Wow! Watoto central church was AMAZING!!! Very much like hillsong. So so many people attended. It's still a bit disconcerting seeing armed guards, going through metal detectors and bag checks just to get into church. The atmosphere was amazing. Everyone just gets completely involved in the worship. The songs/ music was fantastic. And the minister was just ...
... me well will know that the wilder the better for me ...... And off we went. The first five minutes were gentle as we meandered down the wide open Nile getting into a rhythm with the crew. With us were 3 lads from the UK who had just finished Uni and were travelling around Uganda on motor bikes. However, they had only finished celebrating at 430 am and were a little worse for ware. As we neared the first rapid, the noise increased and panic began to rise in the boat. We ...
... seemed very
hectic with lots of traffic jams and lots more people then we had
experienced anywhere else on our trip. He took us to Garden City
where we enjoyed some traditional indian food which Saahiel picked
for us. Kampala has a big community of Indians who have come over to
work in the city. Apparently most of Uganda's economy is produced by
Indian workers, who make up only 10% of the population in Uganda!!
Today was ...