Gibbon Bridge Hotel
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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!
... us and leaving in Uganda. Some of the bags are quite heavy!!
The first team leaves on Saturday January 10th with a further 6 travelling out on the 17th.
Please watch out for new blog posts of our trip as and when Ugandan Internet permits!!
We enjoyed another English breakfast, this time choosing to reduce the portions of meat- Christmas Dinner: 1 Aussies: 0. We then started the epic journey to Thornton, the birthplace of the Brontë sisters. Unfortunately, we never reached our destination but had a brilliant time clambering across fields and down boggy lanes, climbing sties and losing balance. We managed to get to Denholme which lacked vigour and lunch prospects. We decided to turn back ...
... or maybe that was her. LOL It’s a good thing she loves me :D
One of the guys that live in the caravan on the campsite came to my tent with beers and invited me in to shoot the breeze. We had a great chat and talked books and ******** for a bit while he treated me to burgers! YAY! I must say that most of the people in England are very friendly and open to extending a hand to strangers. It seems they are a little more trusting or open hearted than the majority ...