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Shalom again for the last blog of this project.
Time to start packing my suitcase for the flight back to Bujumbura.
This morning I visited one more clinic and learned again something new.
Sugar solution, that once was sterile for intravenous medicines, can be used for skin cleaning as well. To be quiet was really tough, as the nurse started cleaning the site for intravenous medications I had no idea what was on the cotton wool. When I noticed that she ...
... fact that I can return to Uganda where I started 24 years ago, my first project for the Joint. The plan is that in the afternoon of 7/08 I go back to Buja for debriefing and two more nights here in this palace, I am going home on Saturday 9/08.
As I am not sure if and when there will be Internet in Uganda I will post this mail on Tuesday afternoon from Buja.
The population of Uganda is almost 35 million a lot more then Burundi with less ...
... a primary school on the right. People nicely dressed are hanging out in the school yard. We go out of town and away from the "main road" and you see the number of businesses drop to zero and the residences start to come up. Then there is a large sign that says PROPOSED EAST AFRICAN STAR UNIVERSITY. Looks like this area would benefit from such an investment. I am amazed to see people out working, cultivating plants in what looks like a jungle and not a field. It's like an ...
... long story) waited in line to get one. A question came up: did I need a three day visa ($40) or a longer-than-three-day visa ($90). We were arriving on Thursday at 1:00 pm. If I counted Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday, that makes 4 days. But if I counted hours between 1:00 pm Thursday and 1:25 am Sunday – when our flight should leave (ouch), that makes well less than 72 hours. However, in countries suffering from corruption, any possibility that you might ...
... wanted to get into my bag it would not be that difficult. Mr. Meeker cleared immigration and looked happy that he had not experienced any hold-ups. He has some surprising stories of dealing with bumps in the road and hurdles set in front of him during the immigration, customs, and security processes. When we finally left the baggage claim, we looked straight ahead again trying to look very confident and experienced. That was more of an act for me and more natural for Mr. ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Free parking