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Juliet says the team arrived safely last night in Kampala after an 'adventurous' journey. Think of them today as they adjust to the heat and the culture. Today is planned to be a 'going to Church' day before they start work tomorrow. Their flight from Manchester yesterday morning was delayed by an hour so let's hope that their bags (there were a lot of them!) made the connection at Heathrow safely as ...
Great news - thanks to Simon's persistence we heard last night that we are being given some HIV and malaria test kits by a friendly supplier. This has gone right to the wire as the kits are being delivered on Friday (tomorrow) i.e the day before most of the team departs fro Uganda!
You have probably never seen so many large bags and suitcases in one place! Yesterday we spent a couple of hours packing shoes, specially produced sanitary packs, childrens; backpacks, and bars and bars of soap which are part of the equipment we're ...
... Wales it had rained throughout the long walk around Harlech and I discovered that my new, cheap, waterproof jacket wasn't waterproof. When I bought it I had allowed greed to get the better of me though I know from long experience that when you buy cheap you usually get sub standard goods. So on my first day in Clitheroe, Treacle and I set off to walk the 5 miles to Whalley village to see if this shop was as good as it's ...
... of these beasts between Burnley and Manchester and you'll be treated to 50 juddering minutes of agonising stoppage in every teeny weeny village ever invented in Lancashire. If you survive unscathed, stumble off in the big Metropolis and go and visit a haberdashery (sewing shop) because that's where all the real witchy business started.
All over a few pins actually. Sometime in the 17th century Alizon Device (or Devize) was on her way through ...