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... smaller one flew against the window. I picked him up and think he must have a headache as the sound was loud and he is small. I gave him a cup of water and after about 20 minutes he flew away. The real patient feels fine had a large lunch and waited to be released by someone working in the clinic.Festivities around this holiday are mainly footbal, a team came especially from Kampala and everybody is watching at least 2 matches a day. Saturday I walked ...
... high light of my week! Being able to encourage, support, love, connect and laugh with these girls gives me such joy and seeing them understand the concept that 'hey l am worthy' or 'l have the power of choice' and 'l am precious and one of a kind' is priceless and so beautiful. The program has been such a success that the Head Master wants me to run it for ALL the girls in the school! How exciting!!
Plans for the near future.....Operation Uganda ...
... in clean clothes. Vesh told us dinner would be at 8:00pm so I went up and sat under the bar to use the wifi and just let everyone know I was ok. A Ugandan came and kept chatting me up and all I wanted to do was use the wifi in peace. He eventually got the hint and left, saying he'd come find me later. Dinner was potato and leak soup for entree and main was rice, veggies and bean sauce. We sat around the campsite chatting, ...
... what's lion. But they're definitely there...somewhere. We stopped for lunch at Igongo and stretched our legs. The guides told us we might be able to see some zebra not too far up the road so about 20 miles out of Igongo we turned off the road towards the Mburu National Park and jolted up the track for about a mile. We stopped in what could easily be mistaken for a very English looking pastoral scene (apart from the temperature of course). There right in front us were a ...
... was one of our worst bus trips. We were annoyed, uncomfortable, hot and the bus just kept getting more and more full! We could not have got off that bus any quicker when it eventually rolled into Lake Bunyoni!!!! We had decided to spend 3 days on the Lake before our gorilla tracking.
LAKE BUNYONYI AND A CHARITY CALLED LOVING HEARTS – The Lake was just what we needed after that bus nightmare. There were a few small guest houses and the most tranquil lake. We ...