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A comfortable business hotel with fantastic views over Lake Victoria and Kampala.
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... instead. He said that 'It was the local favorite.' We could see why as the coffee was great. A score for the coffee trackers!! We had no problems at all in Nairobi and treated it as any other city. The people were friendly and pointed us in the right direction when we needed it. Unfortunately, all the horror stories obscure a cosmopolitan and vibrant city that is actually very pretty and green in parts. So, next time give Nairobi a go. You just might like what you find!! We ...
Thursday was Independence Day in Uganda, complete with all the festivities, making traffic a bit of a problem for our friend, Fredie, to pick us up from the airport. However, it gave us some time to watch the festivities on TV while we waited.
We enjoyed a wonderful afternoon meeting more of Fredie's family at the home of his parents, Francis and Cotty after a wonderful meal of local foods, including matooke (made from the local starchy banana), ...
... obviously going to be an asset to the community. Katuuso is a little village about 7km down a rough dirt road from a main road and is barely a village, rather a series of huts along the road. There are a few stalls in amongst the huts that sell mobile phone air time (probably the most common commodity in Uganda ironically), along with fruit, rice, jerry cans and the odd random object, but there are no medical facilities. Six kilometres away (a long walk ...
... ends and the last few 'klicks' were on dirt roads, largely shaped but torrential rains which are common in the two rainly seasons each year: March to May and November to December. In the distance we saw a compound surrounded by parameter lights ever few hundred feet-pink, blue, green, white. That is the Hotel Afreka, our home in away from home. This was a new hotel and though it ...
... to the children, and getting to know them further. Then we got to work on organising sports day! We kicked off with some Tabata led by Paul. This was basically an aerobics type warm up....which Paul took slightly too far! The kids were exhausted!!! Sharon then brought everyone back down with a spot of Yoga. Sharon is very passionate about Yoga and is now trained to teach and so this brought her a lot of joy. It was lovely to watch! ...