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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... has partnered with a number of other private entities and received the support of the Uganda government to push this initiative through without full regard for some of the complexities involved. You may not know that many of the world's 160 million orphans have not lost both parents. UNICEF defines an orphan as a child that has lost one or both parents. Actually, most of Uganda's orphans are what we would call "economic orphans." A surviving parent's ability ...
... all love the kids here but they call them baby’s which Isabella is not fond of. She says “I am not a baby!” Just a custom here. For the trip to safari we took a bigger van which is more like a small bus but for the most part we are in a 10 seat van and for some reason I hit my head almost every time getting in and out of it. Even Vincent says to me “watch your head madam!” He has only had 2 days off from driving ...
It's been an interesting few days since we finally arrived in Entebbe, Uganda after 40 hours of travel. Once we got there we had a taxi arranged so just hopped in and we were on our way. Going through the villages was super cool - it was insanely busy even though we got in around 11 pm on a Sunday. As our taxi driver said "they're having fun" - it looked like a huge street party. The traffic was really busy but everyone pretty much makes their owns lanes. What we would use as a ...
We had to leave parra lodge today. It took us 10 hours to get back to Kampala from murchison falls. We got to stop for a little while at the top of the falls that we saw the bottom of yesterday! We then had an appreciation dinner with pastor Julius and his ...
... to see the white lady! Gertrude gave me a tour of her modest, but clean and organised clinic. She undertakes antenatal and postnatal care, Intrapartum care, post abortion care, contraception care (IUD) HIV testing and infant screening. Her first patient of the day had malaria which she had diagnosed and prescribed medication for and she was on bed rest with an IVI running. The scope of care these midwives give is far greater than UK midwives and they are working ...