Metropole Hotel Kampala
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Fitness/Health center
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The hotel was good; the rooms were big and neat. The food in the restaurant was good, but the serving was slow.
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... any cook group, so Mark asked if she could join mine, me, Brent and Laura, I wasn't really happy about it as I have seen her with other cook groups and they haven’t gone well)
That is the situation now, I had a talk with her and we each take charge of a menu, the other 3 are just chopping and preparing, if it works with 2, its gotta work with 4,time will tell I guess
There wasn’t much for me to see or doo in Nairobi, so it was coffee time and ...
We are in Uganda and it's not the middle of the night! Everything here is the opposite of what I'm used to. They drive on the other side of the road and the steering wheel is in the other side of the car. I keep getting confused and I've almost been hit by some cars, but I'm safe! The people are definitely friendly and the men raise their eyebrows at me a lot. I'm not sure if that means hello or what, so I'm going to just assume ...
... us. Then she had them decorate cupcakes with multicoloured icing and more hundreds and thousands. This turned chaotic! But it was good fun. When the cupcakes ran out, we had to hand out plastic plates and let them make shapes with the icing on there and kick it off! They absolutely loved it, it went down a storm. Gift the cook got to see her kitchen shed for the first time with the green feature wall! She was dancing again and nearly in tears she was so happy! We also have ...
... What an experience!
In January, we had a family visit for a week from Australia. The Cuny family had the amazing opportunity to see first hand the effects of their sponsorship. Their Church also raised enough money to give Jordan House a much needed face lift! So we had them working hard from day one, scrapping concrete walls, preparing surfaces for painting, and of course playing with the daycare children. They also had the opportunity to walk ...
... warthogs, monitor lizards, and tons of birds either in the water or on the shores. It was sublime. This next weekend we're heading to Jinja, where the source of the Nile and some category 5 Rapids await us. That's a quick summary of things up to now. Obviously our experience in the hospital has been a huge proportion of what we've done here, but I'll spare the non-medical readers and wait til I'm home to discuss it. It's crazy to think that we're heading back in just over a ...