Hotel Le Petit Village
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- Minbar in room
- Drycleaning onsite
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Shuttle bus service
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We crossed the border today, seemed simple enough, the immigration dragged their feet just enough to let us know they were in charge, but we all managed to get through, so its Kampala bound and the Red Chilli campsite, if we ever get there
We crossed over the dam at Jinja and there are signs everywhere telling everyone, no photos, we a ...
... the family some football shirts and blankets. We gave her some money to invest in a piglet so that she could generate income for the future. The tin roof is full of holes but she can't afford to mend it. Her son was there as was her nephew. The son had come to help his mother. We went on to the Springs of Hope Primary School where we had a good chat with the Deputy Head Teacher Denis Oruk. He told us the school ...
... roller before she came here, and now she is a pro! So we still seem to be struggling to sell the feature wall! We had a green feature wall in the kitchen shed which Becky painted.....with a small amount of green left over which she managed to stretch to the whole wall! Papa Charles was telling them to finish off, they said they had and it was a feature wall. He just gave them a funny look, he wasn't convinced. Then Susan (House mother) came in and asked the same thing, she ...
... in management of comparable conditions at home to pick up on subtle differences in medical treatment and drugs used, but blaringly obvious differences include inconsistent availability of certain medications and tests, insufficient staffing for the number of patients, and how poverty influences the timing of diagnostic testing. Children just sit on the ward waiting for families to have enough money to pay.
The role of the patient’s family in the hospital ...
... sauce by hand-grinding the nuts and mixing it with boiling water. Sam is a priest and born-again Christian and we say grace before dinner every night. They leave breakfast for us in the morning, which usually consists of porridge, an egg and toast. When they eat cereal they have it with hot milk. I’ve also been eating things like chapati (a kind of flat bread), samosas, pumpkin, sweet potato, and tilapia. We boil all the drinking water here, or drink ...