Imperial Royale Hotel
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Greetings all, this time from Kibuye, in Rwanda. As I write this blog I am sitting at the foot of Lake Kivu, with a view of the Democratic Republic of Congo, not too far in the distance. It does not quite have the appeal of Lake Malawi, but is beautiful all the same. We cannot thank you enough for your wonderful and encouraging responses to the last blog. We were so touched that it made some of you cry. Thanks for joining us on that emotional journey and we really were so happy ...
... Iain laughed and said 'I will pay you 3,000' (a much more reasonable price). The guy didn't even bother to contest it, and said 'OK, jump on!' Rach now has a regular Boda driver to take her part of the way to Hospice in the mornings. He unfortunately doesn't have a left wing-mirror, but at least drives fairly slowly and on the correct side of the road...usually. Rach is becoming more familiar with life at the Hospice. Palliative care in Uganda is ...
... us here because I know that we are making a difference in these families lives through Operation Uganda and it has opened our eyes to so much.
One of the ways we've helped some of these families is by opening up a Daycare Centre!! These were the days were JOY was overflowing! It was an absolute blast renovating the 2 rooms and I must say they look AMAZING!! What a team effort. Our opening day was something I will never forget. The look on the mama's and ...
... and whistles including walk-in appointments and a coffee shop. Not something the locals get. After a very thorough and professional examination Pito had the pleasure of a blood test and trying to squirt his bowel liquids into a tiny sample container for testing. Needless to say he came back through the waiting room rather bashful trying to cover the container which contained a gorgeous brown liquid that didn't resemble the brown liquid he normally prefers. He ...
We visited Agape Baptist Church on Sunday. They hold two services, an early one for those who speak the native language Luganda, and desire a more traditional service. The one at 10am is contemporary, and is in English, Brinda was immediately overwhelmed by the gracious spirit of parishioners. She began to weep during the welcome where we were given broad smiles and f riendly handshakes. I had my turn to cry also ...