Surjio's Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... visitor to Uganda from Afghanistan approached Jim and I and shared his and his fellow Afghans' appreciation for what the USA has done in support of Afghan's independence. When telling him we are Christians and have been praying for Afghanistan and surrounding countries, and how we pray that the light of Christ shines brightly there, he shared that he, too, is a Christian. What a blessing it was to talk with this man. Always, God is good! Always!
... other buildings that provide administration for all of FDLM and a children's home called Rapha Children's Haven, a dorm-style housing for boys and girls who are without a parent or the support of a guardian. Of the 20+ children that reside at Rapha, most are in their teens. Another haven for children is about 1/2 mile up the hill. It is a village-style orphan ministry, much like we saw at New Hope Ministries-Uganda. This part of the ministry is referred to as ...
So one of the activities we chose to do, with all of our group, was to do some volunteering at a local school. Our task was to re paint some classrooms. The NGO is called soft power and they help lots of schools in Jinja, for decorating, maintaining the buildings, teaching assistance etc. After the crazy storm we got ourselves ready and met two guys that worked there and three volunteers that had been volunteering a ...
... far. I wish I could put into words what we see here. The conditions are indescribable. On the other hand, so is the beauty. I don't know how many times we've said "they're so cute" driving by the kids who are dancing, booty bouncing and jumping up and down with excitement when they see the Mguzu's waving back to them from The Big White Bus. Mguzu is a affectionate term they use for white man. We're on our way to Kenya today, good bye Uganda and looking forward to this next ...
... br> busy with big trucks carrying lots of goods on route to Mombasa. A
short boda drive and we finally arrived at our accommodation after an
8 hour journey and we were greeted with the most beautiful view of
the nile. Nile River Camp (NRC) was stunning, the best accommodation
Jinja is known as the extreme sports
capital of Uganda so we would be silly not to do something 'extreme',
so White Water rafting it was! ...