Mosa Court Suites
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... extremely passionate about the premier league, which seems to be made up of only 4 teams: Arsenal, Chelsea, Liverpool and Man Utd. He continued telling me that recently someone got shot and died as he bad mouthed Chelsea in front of an extremely passionate fan at a bar. Don't mess with Ugandan people and their football. Red Chilli Hideaway was tucked away on the edge of Kampala. I met a fellow GAdventurer on arrival. His name is Him from Hong Kong. He had arrived a couple of hours before ...
... and closes. I gave them about 5 or 6 of them in different sizes and they had no idea what to do with them. So they started using them as claws and attacking each other with them. Apparently I should not sit near kids because I cause problems! But then they started hitting each other with pencils and I figured they were just restless and it wasn't really my fault. Their parents smiled and shook my hand after church anyway so I know they weren't upset ...
... of twins at the orphanage due to superstition. Twins in some cases are still thought to bring bad luck. In the 19th Century they would have been killed.....now they are unwanted by some, but thankfully not killed. Remmie cannot afford to send the children to school, and so instead she has built her own school and charges fees to children in the local community to attend. Many of our blog readers from last year may remember Rasheeda. She is now 18 months old. She was left in ...
... to our amazing team at Jordan House but this time it wasn't goodbye but see you soon because we have decided our journey in Uganda is not over. We have spent many months praying and seeking God for direction in this season leading up to the end of our 12 month and have come to the realization that we all feel called to stay on. So we are taking a giant leap of faith and returning to Uganda in August! I wish l could ...
Wow...time flies when you're having fun. I was hoping to post from Kampala last week, but unfortunately Christian and I got saddled with some gastroenteritis which pretty much sapped all my motivation and energy to blog. But here goes! Christian and I got here two Friday's ago, after sadly saying goodbye to Annie who's now I'm Ethiopia. We were picked up at the airport in Entebbe by a university representative (from Makerere, the university were staying with). The 2 hour drive ...