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... the colonoscopy which is essential for diagnosing the cause of the bleeding (which would be freely available on the NHS) and so we had to manage the bleeding as best we could without knowing the cause of it. Sometimes you don't appreciate what you have until it isn't there. Iain's work with Frontline has continued to be challenging as well as rewarding. Deeper relationships with a number of the street boys have provided opportunities to gain insight ...
... address is:
The house next to the local pub
Round the corner from the football pitch
At the top of the high street
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The Epenus are a wonderful family and have been incredibly welcoming and hospitable during our first two weeks here. Andrew and Erina have two young girls Etana (2) and Elita (1). They're brilliant fun, but ...
... the process was quite tricky as it's very hard to hold a container down there without your arm and hand being attached the container... Thirty minutes later his results were back- something you would never expect at an Aussie medical centre, it really was great service- his bloods were clear but his liquid stool specimen was not. Lucky Pito had two positive results, one for food poisoning and one for amoebic dysentery. Amoebic dysentery is a wonderful ...
... of these children for years. We made our excuses and left to let them have their own goodbyes in private. It was another emotional morning at the Salvation. Army. Although the standards are poor there, Emma was able to recognise that it was much better than the slum she has been working in, and that the children were safe, so I feel a bit reassured by that. This afternoon, we did a walking tour of Kampala with a local lady. She was very patient with us ...
... about 19-kilometers away through the bustling capital city of Kampala. By the time we got there it was after 2am but there were still many people on the streets and I felt intimidated. I was glad I wasn't traveling alone. The sparse light from houses undulated and I could tell this was a hilly region but I was eager to see if the shotty architecture and construction that I watched outside ...