Surjio's Guest House
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- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... orphan. Specially selected songs were song by the youth, women, and praise team. An extensive drama was performed by the children who know first hand what it means to be an orphan and to receive the love of God through ministries such as Father's Divine Love. There were touching testimonies by four of the older youth, and I had the great privilege of delivering the sermon to the local congregation.
... s Haven, where we found three village homes supporting 25 children headed by a Christian mother who has a heart for the children.
Jim and I met with the administrative staff and received a tour of both the base, Rapha, and Peniel between Tuesday and Wednesday. The number of children under their care has reduced in recent years in order to align the number of children with the diminishing funds available to care for them. The challenge is providing sustainability, ...
... nursery where I was pretty much swarmed by adorable children. I had my fun chasing them and picking them up and spinning them around but felt slightly guilty strolling back with my pack of like 50 kids to Jack and the team working hard and sweating their tits off. I joined them for the hours of painting fun, which was pretty strenuous believe it or not. It was a fun day which also included a tasty local lunch, ...
... of forested land where we saw a group of baboons by the side of road. Followed by huge rice fields owned by the Tilda rice company. Our campsite for the night was in Jinja in an amazing riverside camp by the rive Nile. It had a multi tiered bar over looking the lake and a pontoon on it with table and chairs. We spent the evening sitting watching the sun set over the River Nile listening to the music being played in the ...
... altogether, 4 before lunch and 4 after and we had time in between to float or row gently along and recover and enjoy the scenery. The rapids were mostly grade 5, which are the hardest you can do before becoming professional apparently! There was also a grade 3 and a grade 4, it was the grade 3, supposedly the easiest, where the boat flipped and we were all thrown out! Other than that we were pleased with our hard work paddling through and managed not to flip on any ...