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... the Namuwongo slums perhaps because it was on the edge of the city rather than smack in the middle. At the far edge of the slum we made a right hand turn at the "shack" followed by another right at the "large termite mound" kind of the equivalent to turning right at the large maple tree in Canada. Although we were technically still in the slum it felt like different world as the homes were more spread out and surrounded by the lush green of banana trees, ...
... to!!! We wandered around the shopping centre it was very similar to shopping centres in Australia with grocery stores, clothes, shoe shops , phone stores etc. Except they have a Woolworths here that is actually a fancy clothes shop and not a food store! Very different. Had a very relaxing hour by the pool when we got back to the guest house. The weather here today was just Devine. The sunset was just stunning. God really spoilt us today! ...
We get awoken by one of the hostel staff telling us we need to check out. We thought we had another as the trip starts tomorrow and we had no idea where we was staying! We get up, slightly hungover shower, pack and leave the room. We store our bags and up to meet Mark and Kate with the intention to get on a boda boda (a motorcycle taxi) and visit some sites. Unfortunately the guys need to sort some of there trip out so we ...
... a girl we met in Lake Kivu, Rwanda. Jenny lives in a
local community called Namuwongo, 15 minutes out of town. Here she
works for a charity called Hands for Hope, which helps educate the
local children who live in the slums. Here they provide them with an
education, meals and medication, all needs which struggle to be met
in the slums. We were lucky enough to be given the opportunity to
meet the children in the 2 hand for hope centres and be given a ...
... last day because the week 2 people have the other half, and so instead of half the children having to wait a whole week, then week 1 will hand theirs out today, and week 2 will do theirs tomorrow....that way, they only have to wait a day. We were all really hungry by the time we were done, so we thought we would all have one last lunch together on Lake Victoria. It was pizzas all around while we reminisced on our week. Hayley and Beth decided to give awards to everyone with ...
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