Kabira Country Club
- Shuttle bus service
- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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... club Kampla style” just down the street from us and the music is making Ryan and Vanessa crazy. It is amusing and Ryan said he might even start to like country music after this! They are always quiet by 10 at night. The honeysuckle vines and lantana plants are just amazing here as are most of the flowers. Garden nursery’s start plants in bags and it just looks so different to me. You can see rows and rows of these little ...
... level with my own bathroom and the house is big enough to get lost in! The grounds are just beautiful.
The employees at the house are Prossie who helps out inside and is a fantastic baker! Bashir who is the grounds keeper, Fred the day guard and Bosco at night. They are all quite friendly. Today was Prossie's 22nd birthday ...
Today was fairly quiet if you define quiet as not teaching or touring. The program assistant, Anita Kabarisa joined us on a shopping excursion to a Ugandan/ African marketplace. We were not chauffered around but took public transportation. In Uganda, 90% of folks travel as passengers on motor bikes or in 12 person cabs. Needless to say, we rejected Anita's offer to ride the motor bikes. We are adventurous, but we are also ...
... or cry. They are very in-tune with their bodies and accepting of the labour process. This power that they have will go back to the UK with me and help my midwifery there. I have also had the privilege of watching labour unfold as nature intended. Women are not able to get pain relief so have to use their bodies and allow nature to work in their favour. With support, the Wakiso midwives and I have observed labour unfold without the interruptions ...
... for midwifery sisters on ward management. we felt very underdressed as they were so smart in the pressed uniforms and hats. they wanted to show us the local Muslim hospital so we followed a very smart young man to the maternity unit to be shown the wards and the labour suite. It was like any other maternity unity I have been to in the UK with an antenatal and post natal ward, and a small labour suite. Labour suite had 3 individual rooms which were small but ...