Imperial Botanical Beach Hotel
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... by great social need. Thankfully, hospice has some capacity to help with aspects of this, and at least his pain is controlled now. Rach got a great send off from hospice, with a lovely card and a cake. The staff have been so friendly! Iain continues to work for frontline, and has been really enjoying his growing friendship with the boys. To see their development has been really encouraging, and they seem to have really taken on board what they're being taught through the ...
... because it'll be safe for both you and the hundreds of wobbly looking children that run precariously in your path to high 5 you. The funniest thing was waiting for the children to catch up and then speeding away leaving them in a cloud of dust, unfiltered exhaust fumes and sometimes water as well if I could reach around far enough to squirt my bottle at them. Fun times all around. Finished off this perfect day with a round of ...
During the welcome dinner, we enjoyed a short briefing of what to expect in the coming weeks from our guide, Ham...and finally, a Tusker beer (my favorite!).
Entebbe, the capital of Uganda, is bustling with people and city happenings. The environment is lush, serene, and magical. I can't wait to see what the game reserves will be like.
P.S. - Kyle, I hope Ash is behaving ...
... wondered why I didn't do this at the beginning. I negotiated a 100,000 shilling bribe, which is a lot of money in Uganda (about $40 Australian but the average daily wage is only a few bucks), paid them and then had to wrestle my permit off the fat cop as she wouldn't let it go. If only we'd 'negotiated' earlier, a lesson learnt the *********** living the Africa way.e Friday we returned to the factory to pickup thr steel facia, scaffold bars and angle iron to ...
... things were built here-cheaply. We had a long dinner at an outdoor restaurant which was large, open, and comfortable. Great meal of chicken, goat and sausage...really good. Great time getting to know the others in our group. Headed to Fr Izzy's hometown tomorrow--300 kilometers in a van. Long trip but worth it! More later. - ...