Urban by CityBlue Kampala, Uganda
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... my breakfast money as a bribe. Unwilling to pass my breakfast money on, I hurried on inside. Said my final goodbyes to the remaining fellows who are flying onto England via Qatar. I arrived in Kampala several hours later feeling slightly refreshed. I was picked up by Rogers a young Ugandan, he drove me to Red Chilli Hideaway. He was an avid Chelsea fan. Listening intensely to the Chelsea, Arsenal game whilst he patiently waited in the gridlocked Kampala traffic. He told me that ...
... and willing to talk and take time to get to know others and I have been very grateful for that. It makes me very happy to get to know people here and learn about their families. The feelings of love are worth the time and effort. During the conference we sat behind a family and they had 4 kids. They kept peeking back at me so I finally used a piece of paper to make a cootie catcher. You know, those pieces of paper that you fold into a pyramid thing ...
... was attested for this....she decided to do it legally by opening a baby orphanage and leaving behind her well paid for career. She also explained the adoption process and explained how many families would prefer babies, and so she struggles for them to find a family once they are past the age of 2...and also how many people prefer girls to boys. Many of the children go people in America and The Netherlands....and that she does keep in touch with the new parents. She also has ...
... Robs been busy organizing materials for the Jordan House Community Centre renovation which will take place next month...Oh how he wishes that there was a Bunnings here, it was like a wild gooses chase sourcing supplies but he got there in the end. Tiles are being laid and ceiling going up by an awesome couple from Jindabyne, NSW. Also loads of time just prepping the team for when we are away.
Its always hard ...
... N95 and breath through my mouth. I wiggle my toes and shift my weight, adjusting in my gum boots – easily 5 shoe sizes too large for me. Luckily, it is early morning so it is cool and there is a breeze. I’ve heard that the heat and stench at afternoon autopsies is practically unbearable. Outside the mortuary, the marabou storks mill in the dirty puddles from yesterday’s torrential down-pour, marking the conclusion of my Mulago autopsy experience. ...