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... have) but makes sense why we always thought he was so aloof! She then told us he still writes prescriptions for villagers and I don't know why but we all began laughing. I think it was because picturing this old guy that stands in a rice field and acts like a scarecrow, drunk, overly cheerful, and writing prescriptions. It is just too funny of a combination. Later in the night he stopped over to ask if we could fit him in our suitcases so he could come to America.
... a string, walk it home, kill it, clean it, have it cooked, then eat it. (Not really trying to achieve this, I would rather eat eggs and peanut butter.) 8. Dealing with the creepy shadows the lanterns make and staying up past 7 9. Learning borehole etiquette All in all I think I am on the right track to becoming a Ugandan hahaha! Seriously, wish me luck! UGANDA BE KIDDING ME... We were setting up our house and our mattresses were stacked up in one of the bedrooms when ...
... a professional basketball player. The kids enjoyed it, even went one on one with her in a short match.
While pushing through the month of April, I have realized that Remy and I only have 3 months left on our fellowship! It feels like we still have so much more to do! I didn't believe the other grantees when they said time will fly by, however they were right. I plan on making the most out of these next 3 months :)
... can die happily!
Katelyn – Queen Elizabeth National Park was breathtaking! Bordered by layers of mountains and filled with incredible sights, our safari was nothing short of amazing. Being able to sit on top of the van and witness the majesty of elephants and the elegance of lions up close was more than I ever expected to see.
David – Queen Elizabeth National Park has definitely been the highlight of the trip so far. Being able to witness lions, elephants ...
... into Kampala and saw a few of the main sights such as the Parliament buildings. The traffic was a nightmare at times. There were lots of people out on the streets. It was interesting to see the different types of buildings, advertisement signs, and shops. I was glad to return to the much more peaceful Entebbe and the Sunset guest house.
Entebbe is a great place to stay at the beginning or end of a stay ...