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... bathroom behind a building. Door #1 was a urinal that was all tiled nicely, door #2 was a normal looking outhouse and door #3 was a hole in the ground. Why would a men’s urinal rate to have tile and be the nicest of them all! On the way home we also stopped to buy some pineapple roadside. I can’t even explain how good pineapple and bananas are here. You are almost taking your life in your hands when stopping at a roadside ...
... she said "yes". She didn't say yes at warp speed in the middle of the lake. About 6 of us sat patiently on our side and when they turned back I realized we were going to totally miss out. I complained and they took us to a couple of spots but most were ****. Lucky Louise said she will share some of here pics. Any good ones you see are hers.
Off to Kigali tomorrow with early start. We are leaving at 5.30 so Im glad I upgraded, even though it is expensive.
A New Mama! by Madeleine
Last Wednesday, we met Jennifer for the first time. We had a seat in her restaurant, a 6×8 ft. room, with a wood table and chairs, and talked with her.
She is part of the Mama Nguvu project. After meeting her, my mom and I decided to sponsor her so that she could buy the things she needed to improve her business. This meant that today we were going to Kisenyi market.
We are definitely getting into a bit of a routine here. Every morning, Corey serves us a spread of fresh fruits (mangos, pineapples, avocados, papayas), hard boiled eggs, yogurt, bread and pb & jam. After, we look at the white boards where Erika has listed the agenda for the day and what we need to bring. We get ourselves ready, Calen plays with Simba the guard dog, we slather ourselves with mosquito repellent and fill our water bottles. We ...
... a small panic but made it to our gate just in time. It was kinda strange to see all these do-gooders, us included, heading to Uganda. I wonder what we will really all accomplish? It was definitely a plane filled with good will and covered in prayers!!
I was able to sleep better on this flight after watching Anchorman 2, thanks to Calen for selecting it for me. We got into Uganda at 11pm ...