Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
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... it I thought. No, that was breakfast. This is lunch. 4:00 pm so it was nice to have something. Almost identical fare. Beef instead of chicken. They grow peanuts here and make a cooked peanut sauce to put on the potatoes. Then off home over the mountains a different way with Steven, their most educated, progressive thinking in the work telling me stories the whole way almost. So,it was a great day and they seemed to enjoy my ...
... there! Hayley and Jill put stencils in the girls bedrooms, hung towel holders in the bathroom, and then hung the colourful clothing storage hangers up for them. The colour made so much difference to the rooms! We also handed out the rest of the care packages today, that week 2 brought with them in their suitcases. We also had spare clothes and so we managed to throw a few last minute packages together for community children who have been with us the ...
... to start now with what they have. We believe in this project and in the dreams and capabilities of this group!
In addition to a final review of the formal business plan and budgets, the first draft of the curriculum plan was reviewed and approved today with modifications, as well as a publicity poster. Fortunately, this group of talented people includes many schoolteachers, graphic designers, and farmers. They strive to do everything by consensus, and from ...
In 2005 we did a six month trip around Southern Africa, but did not make it as far as Uganda as we ran out of time. Now almost 10 years later we are heading back and finally realising our Uganda dream. We have planned and booked the whole trip ourselves, with tons of research, web surfing , emails and the occasional phone call. Internet makes travelling so much ...
... a speech on behalf of them all. He said 'in order to have a successful marriage, you only need to remember 2 things: 1. Your wife is always right. 2. When she's wrong, refer to number 1.' We're getting the hang of transport here, and have learnt a small amount of Luganda (the language most commonly spoken here in Central Uganda) in order to get by. One very entertaining aspect, only dreamt of in the UK, is that when an emergency vehicle drives past a queue ...