Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel
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... about 20 minutes and started hiking but it wasn't long before we returned to the van as the gorillas were on the move. We drove a little further and swapped onto a 4WD ute and gunned it up a seriously steep hill. The drive itself was awesome, then we started trekking... Again... First through some farms and then along man made paths, then gorilla/animal made paths and then finally just bush whacked our way through the jungle. It was ******* ...
... for most of the day today. Did a few dressing and injections. Sat in on a talk graham held for the staff in regards to how to interact with Pts. And then a talk with about 150 school children on sexual health. All kids are the same in how they react to this topic. However, they were more focused on asking questions about sti's . I also got kidnapped by the cutest little boy ever. Photos ...
... on my new found drive for normality, so with a newly inflated birthing ball, Alison and I set off to Wakiso, leaving pat behind to finalise her lectures and course material. The rain was torrential and the lovely road outside the UPMA building became a red river of mud. Bonnie had to put the car into 4 wheel drive to leave the complex and we hung on with eyes shut while he negotiated the river. When we reached Wakiso, we were greeted by Sister Betty who ...
... t get a drop of mud on her trousers, and didn't collect half the mud from the village on her feet. We however were a mess by the time we arrived! One of the community children, Mike, took all of our shoes off us, took them out the back and scrubbed them until they were squeaky clean, and lined them all up to dry for us. What a little cutie! As always, every child greeted each and every one of us when we arrived. We spent some quality time with them playing before we began ...
... She also explained the adoption process and explained how many families would prefer babies, and so she struggles for them to find a family once they are past the age of 2...and also how many people prefer girls to boys. Many of the children go people in America and The Netherlands....and that she does keep in touch with the new parents.
There are 4 sets of twins at the orphanage due to superstition. Twins in some cases are still thought ...