Executive Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... people have said we should not go due to Ebola, (over 2,000 km away), its too dangerous as it is a war zone. Most of the country has been very peaceful since 1972, only in the North with the so called Lords Army and Kony and the boarder overspills from Congo and Sudan has there been any trouble. Theft is a concern in any country abroad and African cities are ...
... locally made woven mat. What more, on our way out, we met the parish priests, one of whom has personally been to Wisconsin. Father Benjamin shared about his travels to Cedarburg, Wisconsin, to visit St. Francis Borgia parish, one of their supporters. He also had the opportunity to spend some time in Madison and spoke highly of his visit and of the state. It never ceases to amaze us just how small this world really is!
... I don't care if they have to surgically remove me at the end. Out of 8 rapids we fell out of 5 of them. At one point Zoe was sitting next to me and then 5 seconds later she was being swept into crocodile infested waters 100m away. Thankfully her Oz side came out and she strangled a few crocs and used them as body boards to get back to the boat. All whilst shouting 'Call that a croc? That's not a croc!' I'm thinking white water rafting isn't anything like River ...
Was a bit sad this morning as I set off with Bonney for our final drive to Wakiso clinic. I was a bit nervous of what might be waiting for me, as I had such a great day yesterday and knew that could not be repeated. When I arrived, I was met by Sister Robina who announced that her lady had just had a post partum haemorrhage (PPH). I rushed into the labour room worried about what I would find, and was ecstatic to see that my emergency grab bag was empty. She had used it ...
... dormitories with a bunk bed in each. The children had all made their beds well ( not sure I can say the same about my own children). The dining area and class room were adequate by. Ugandan standards but the kitchen was very sparse. There was a wood burning stove with porridge bubbling away and maize and beans were in the menu for lunch. I am not sure what the diet fully consists of, but there was no meat evident anywhere. We then went back ...