Black Swan Hotel
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- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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... Jamie's italian for dinner. We started with a cured meats platter which unfortunately was not that great. But in saying that, we just came from Europe where cured meats are their specialty. For dinner I got a linguine in a tomato sauce and prawns and Jordan got a burger. They were very nice. After dinner we went back to the White cross for one more and made our way back for an early night. As most of you know, we had issues with our flights so we have now been travelling for ...
Today (Saturday) we're having a day off and spending it at the Speke Resort in Kampala. It's a very smart place on the shores of Lake Victoria and has a large swimming pool.
Juliet was about to apply her sun cream when we noticed that what she thought was sun cream was actually Spanish hairspray. She had been using it all day yesterday at Sanga and wondered why it had not been very effective!
... a big thyroid cyst which probably needs surgery. The doctors also saw a woman whose hand had been badly cut by her violent husband and a woman who had been serially raped and who was psychotic and suicidal. Pastor Geoffrey has arranged for her to have a mental health assessment on Tuesday. Amazingly the tram has treated over 300 people!! Joe did an interview with Juliet who talked about the work of CRMI and the vision for the future. People are very tired tonight! The sheer volume ...
... who clearly want to see what a white person's skin feels like! This afternoon Joe and I interviewed John Bunjo who is the Pastor of the Church here at Bombo and the founder of CRMI. He told us that he wanted the school to be of a very high quality. He has a vision to build a 2 storey dormitory block and hospital on the site. Altogether the team treated 230 people today, a record for this trip. Everyone is tired hot and happy! As I write this we're ...
... it out again – fascinating. The others stayed on the path admiring the view back towards Orton chuckling to themselves. They just don’t get it!
We headed off through the fields towards Acres Farm then onto a lane to Sunbiggin Farm (which looked like a quite large horse stud) and then past Stony Head. From here we headed across Tarn Moor to Sunbiggin Tarn. This tarn is apparently an important breeding area and can be covered in birdlife. We saw ...