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... also had their very own end of year Christmas production that the mama's were invited to and were so very proud of their babies :)
Our first Christmas in Uganda was great but very different because its our first ever Christmas away from family. But we have made some amazing friends while here and we had a lovely lunch together. Then on boxing day we borrowed some camping gear, packed our car to the brim and went to the country for a getaway. We had a great time ...
We were also able to take updated photographs of some of the children for their files. It was a joy to see such happy children as they posed for their photos. No sad faces here... even though they may not have some of the conveniences of life (yes, their life here is not easy), they are so thankful to have someone who loves them and cares for them. In the afternoon, we walked through town and ended up at one of our favorite places, The ...
... She would not budge and let her come in the wrong way which would have caused us an issue to get out. Finally the gaurd came over and made the other lady move. There are gaurds everywhere at stores and more modern areas. Everybody sweeps all the time here and the brooms are home made from twigs. You can hear the brooms early in the morning along with the Mosque and roosters! These are sounds we never hear at home. There is also a local ...
... had cake and presents after supper. We have also hired a driver and a van and his name is Vincent. He will come and get us for all of our outings.
This afternoon we took a walk around the neighborhood that the house is in and there is quite the extreme of nice homes to the common homes. The children are so awesome. ...
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 ...