Executive Airport Hotel
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... all out war in our truck against the flies. Our faces were like windshields for bugs since they were sticking out the roof. So it was a mixture of fun and fear and dirt. All the good things in life! We drove back to Kigali and stopped at a little craft market. The little shops are about the size of a bedroom or smaller. Probably about 4 by 6 or something like that. They make so many things there and they barter for prices. I learned how to barter! The people see us and think we ...
... behind. Here is Beth's account of their day... We woke up to a heavy thunderstorm but it soon cleared and we wandered down to the Botanical Gardens in Entebbe. It's a beautiful, peaceful place on the edge of Lake Victoria. We explored the gardens before heading to the beach to enjoy the view. After a selfie session we walked up to the craft shops and bought a few presents. As a special treat we went to Anna's Corner, a lovely restaurant and had lunch where we even managed to spot ...
... moved to contribute to this project, one way you can give is through Crowdrise or through Jim and I. Donations are being sought for a boat and life vests to transport children from the other side of the Nile to the site of the school, for one. These children currently are locked into fishing occupations that exploit them at an early age because there are no further educational opportunities for them. Also needed are desks for each student (you know, the kind that has ...
... boys' specific circumstances and details of their past. Mentoring has involved discussing their dreams for a more stable future and how we can work together to achieve that. Much of the work has involved restoring confidence and empowering the boys that the concepts of reintegration into working society and self sufficiency are plausible options for each of them. Seeing a group of 14-15 year old boys crowding around a small bin in one of the drop-in ...
Shalom friends, after 4 days in villages with very difficult names near Congo and Tanzania we returned to Kampala. The time spend down in the South was great, we went to 16 different clinics and hospitals abut it was not a great surprise to find the medical care there not better then in our Burundi clinics before we started the teaching programs.
Most clinics were even worse as hardly anybody thought that washing ones hands might be necessary in between patients. The ...