Surjio's Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... to not buy but of course he carried along with me as I wondered the streets. On the way back to the hotel I noticed something...something drying outside of a house, I asked what it was, he said ¨banana beer¨ I said ¨oh really, I´ve heard about that, can we try it?¨ Of course was the response and in we went for the homemade banana beer. It came in this huge maybe 1/2 gallon cup....his friend thankfully joined us, it was too much for me so I gave some (most, really) to the friend, who ...
... an equivalent number of local safety kayakers, guides and support staff. Uganda has a fast growing population, 38m at the last census. Many of thee are less than 16 years old due to a high birth rate ( many women still have 6-8 children) and a low life expectancy (54yrs). This growth is demanding more energy and unfortunately this has lead to the approval of a third dam on the Nile, to be built in the next year under contract by a Chinese infrastructure group. ...
... hopefully builds upon) ties to family whenever possible.
While some of the children at FDLM are double orphans (having lost both parents), some have one remaining parent and some are economic orphans, where the family is unable to support their child(ren). In these situations, the intent is not to supplant the role and relationship of the family, but rather, to support it. Ideally, the ministry will provide assistance to develop the sustainability ...
... 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 ...
... in. I could not get back in to save myself and ended up having to be dragged back into the boat and flopped around like a dying fish. Rather graceful. I ended up in a boat with a bunch of guys on a work bonding group as most of the other people in my group didn't want to go down the grade 5 rapids and if they did want to flip. And i did, so off i went with a bunch of boys and started down the rapids. We went over ...