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... minutes chatting and playing with the kids and had a good time. I had a long chat with a 17 year old called Daniel who is John Bunjo's nephew. He is at school on Bombo wants to be a doctor in Honolulu. I encouraged him to continue studying hard. I was impressed by his willingness to work ********g get good qualifications but I never did quite understand why he wanted to work in ...
Breakfast on the terrace Day 2 - Painting, playing and performing So today we wake up to glorious sunshine! About time! And we are all like lobsters too! Turns out that yesterday's rain and cloud was very deceiving, as we are all burnt to a crisp. So we have layered the sun cream on today. So first of all, Beth, Hayley, Mike and Jill did an equipment run to the orphanage first thing, cause we wouldn't fit it all on the van with the rest of us. We popped in to ...
... the restaurant where we met a few nice people.
Left to go to a Mercedes garage to get the hose fixed. On the way we
managed to get a puncture, so also needed that fixing. In the end
that was almost all they did since they had no air hose. I have come
to the conclusion most African men have a very long day, they sit or
lie around all day.
... demonstrations of how the water drains in the north, south and on the equator. Pretty cool actually. Tonight the local kids, who I think were all part of the girl guides or scouts association or something, anyways they came to do a song and dance for us which was awesome fun, so much so that I have now adopted Liam's (from our group) catchphrase "best day ever". Then it was time for sleep in the forest ...
... 4 of her piglets died of illness but all in all business was going well and all of her children are in school. She still has fees to pay for her grandaughter Katie.
Prossy walked us over to a neighbours home where her chicks were being kept. She has yet to build a hen house for them on her plot of land.
Before we knew it, it was time to begin lunch preparations. 1st order of business was to peel the mound of Matooke. Matooke is a thick skinned green ...