Airport View Hotel
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Andy: this was the most expensive and tough day we have faced so far as not only do the gorillas charge you really high fees to come and have tea with them, but they also expect you to come all the way to their house for the pleasure! Honestly I think that they only go to the top of extremely precarious looking positions so that they can watch the humans struggle to get through and then repeatedly fall into trees made of barb wire. When we finally met ...
During the welcome dinner, we enjoyed a short briefing of what to expect in the coming weeks from our guide, Ham...and finally, a Tusker beer (my favorite!).
Entebbe, the capital of Uganda, is bustling with people and city happenings. The environment is lush, serene, and magical. I can't wait to see what the game reserves will be like.
P.S. - Kyle, I hope Ash is behaving ...
... other like family. Anything that is needed and left up to God. For instance one of the health workers Josephine (who is so smart and caring and such a great worker) has been applying to medical schools and sitting exams to become a qualified dr, she finally got a call last night saying that she has been accepted. She is to start in august. She does not have the funds for the course, her husband currently works away, she has 3 children and the university she ...
Woke up to pouring rain and cold wind this morning; not what I expected in Africa. Today is Heros Day in Uganda and another public holiday. However, we have persuaded Andrew that there is work to be done regardless as Alison and pat are beginning a 4 day workshop tomorrow and still need access to a computer etc. It has been a frustrating time for them trying to plan and arrange a large workshop on Midwifery research without the everyday commodities that we ...
... Pito's never ending waves. The large difference here in Eastern Africa to Southern African is that there is no white people. We stick out like a sore thumb and the locals watch you go by sometimes calling 'Muzungu', the term for white person, to you particularly the cute little kids. It's not by any means a derogatory word, just a matter of fact. Couldn't imagine say 'black person' in Australia the way muzungo is thrown around here though.... After a day of hanging out ...