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... water rather than swimming too far. I had a vision I would emerge from the water like a 'Bond girl', with beach waved hair and golden tan...I'm afraid to say that after losing my balance a couple of times and going under, I was more like a drowned rat with skew whiff sunglasses!
It is very very breezy down there and I realised I had had enough sun after a few hours so I headed up to the place I had booked to ...
... no shoes for school and shall be going in broken flip flops. I am going to try and sort that out. It seemed strange that the thing they all wanted / needed was shoe polish...or 'kiwi' as they call it. They have none left and rely on people donating or buying for them. This shoe polish is the thing they are all desperately hoping they get it before school so they can polish their shoes. A vast contrast to children back at home who hanker over ...
... next 24 hours in the rough and bumpy bus going home to Uganda...
God saved us from robbery or any other kind of violence, he always provided us a good place to sleep and gave us the wonderful combination of a relaxed and adventurous holiday...... just perfect! Kenya I like you, but Uganda I love you, you are my home now and it feels good being home again, even if you are less structured, less modern, more dirty, more dusty and much more typical african! ;)
... registration, handing out all of our t-shirts and balls, handing out all of our shoes, renovating the Gikondo court, painting and planting grass around the Rwinkwavu court, producing and handing out a English-Kinyarwanda coaching instructional DVD, and holding another large event at each location. We have taken a look at the projected budget and it is looking like we will be able to install parallel bars for dips and pull up bars at the Rwinkwavu court, which is very ...
... I gained the appreciation and revelation to TRULY understand someone and "walk in their shoes" you must actually walk in their footpath. Having someone tell you their story is different than experiencing it. This is an obvious statement. I say it because "development" as we see all the NGOs and international "aid" so to say, RARELY practices this. They come in, oh you don't have this- Here. Do this. Grow this. Work here. Build a ...