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... a speech on behalf of them all. He said 'in order to have a successful marriage, you only need to remember 2 things: 1. Your wife is always right. 2. When she's wrong, refer to number 1.' We're getting the hang of transport here, and have learnt a small amount of Luganda (the language most commonly spoken here in Central Uganda) in order to get by. One very entertaining aspect, only dreamt of in the UK, is that when an emergency vehicle drives past a queue ...
... in lending us his car so that we can visit the beach and the local supermarket. For those of you who have driven in Africa before, you'll need no introduction. For those who haven't, just picture Mario Kart on the N64 with pigs, goats, chickens and the occasional motorbike with a full dining room cabinet attached, all straying out into the road without warning. TIA.
You stay classy San Diego...and thanks for stopping by.
... his finger for blood, the test came back negative, so the diagnosis at this stage was simply good ol' fashioned man flu. Later that night though Pito deteriorated considerably and I was quite concerned that it wasn't just man flu. With a fever over 39 degs, extreme lethargy, muscular pains, joint aches along with an upset stomach and diarrhoea I was worried that the test may have been wrong and he actually did have malaria so I dug out the anti-malaria tablets ...
... Gaba Teacher Training Institute. It's an interesting model, structured like a boarding school for 17-24 year olds ,all desiring certification as primary teachers. They remain residents for 2 years and then become certified. They were so engaged and stayed after we finished , examining the many kindergarten materials Brinda had brought from her 25 years as a kindergarten teacher.
As a sign of appreciation, they stood ...
... so our group of 3 has become a rabble of 5. This morning, Pat and Alison wanted a rest at the hotel to sort out laundry, phone calls etc. I had wanted to re visit the Salvation Army home of Joy and take with me the spare toys that the Americans had left and some footballs etc that I had bought. Emma and Maria decided to accompany me and off we set down the road armed with goodies. When we arrives hot and bothered to the Home, Maria decided to buy ...