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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... the Nile, a local bar and restaurant on the Nile.
Today, we enjoyed worshiping with the family and community of Divine Love Church. The service was very lively, the message strong in Scripture. As is custom here, Jim and I were presented as guests and asked to speak to the congregation about our calling. They have two services on Sunday: an English service followed by a local language service (with interpretation into English). We were most impressed ...
Today was a get up whenever you want to sort of day as we need a day of rest after being on the run and getting up before the sun does a few days in a row. Good time to reflect back. This entry will include our last 3 days here. Judy took me, Isaac and Isabella in the car today to do some grocery shopping. It would take me a long time to want to even try to drive. Not only do they drive opposite from us but the traffic is insane. There is really ...
... Apparently the traffic was very bad today and Corey, Rachel, Ryan and Vanessa went out for supper downtown to meet with Solange. It can take hours to get anywhere and they were stuck in pretty bad traffic on the way to meet ...
After 26 hours of travel we arrived in Africa. The first thing that I noticed was the vast difference in the airport compared to the 2 others we had already been to today. The next noticeable thing was the policemen standing around with machine guns. On the drive from Entebee to Kampala the most confronting sights were the cast contrasts between the 'slums' and the 'rich' houses . The traffic is terrible there ...
... surprise they were not frightened. We got to observe them for 10 minutes before they scampered into the jungle. Katie had the best eye for spotting monkeys. We saw the several little black monkeys with white jaws; and another kind, maybe a chimp, but it was at a distance. On the ride back we stopped in a small village to score Carol (and others) a (diet) Coke Zero. She was so happy! We turned in after a cold shower (no hot water in our room) and had a great night's sleep! More later. ...