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... down. The rain comes quickly but doesn't generally last long. This morning we went up to Bombo hoping to go to the Church service but there wasn't one as everyone was at the Encounter meeting in Kampala. The Sunday School meeting was in full swing when we got there and we reckon about 80 kids were packed into one of the classrooms. It was very warm in there!! We stayed for ...
... today she has dislocated her knee, we don't know why it has taken 2 days to discover this! TIA! But she is on the road to recovery. Off for a quick bite to eat, and then it's up at 5.30am ready for the journey to the Equator and Kampala. The dinner table erupted with laughter this evening at Lindas selfie in bed, with her mosquito head net! There is a photo uploaded for you to see. She wears this so nothing goes up her nose or in her ears. She cracks us all up! Thanks for reading :) ...
... awful lot of farmland. On arrival at Kampala we tried for a campsite
but the entrance was too small for us. The second campsite had moved
and so we then had to drive right through all the traffic in the
centre of town. We finally managed to find a camp, but not before
someone had driven into the garage door.
We took the camp bus into town to do some shopping followed by dinner ...
... campsite where the local children wanted a dance off so I had to bring it. It was brought. Game over. Zoe: an early start today for a very long drive. We left at 6am and didn't get into camp until 6pm. We made our way through Kampala, which as it turns out has terrible terrible traffic. Crazy days. We stopped for food shopping and then the highlight of the day was stopping at the equator for some ...
Although we had been told we were going to be put to work helping Prossy with the animals on her small plot of land, I suspected that this woman was not about to put her Mzungu guests to work. Instead we were served tea under the jackfruit tree, a very delicious milky tea with a hint of lemon grass.
We talked with Prossy briefly and learned that, from the original 10 chickens she now has 150 chicks which she will raise as both laying hens and meat ...