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... way. We drove down a long bumpy dirt track past mud huts that I really did not believe existed anymore with naked children running out to greet us, to the Adift base and were met by the trip guide and the rest of the team. Breakfast was served in the thatched shelter overlooking the Nile which was a beautiful setting. I could have spent a week on that sight alone. The young American girls were teamed up with the young Kiwi instructor ( nfo surprises there) while us older crew were ...
... Louise spent time making medals and trophies for the children. She made 20 medals for the children which looked absolutely brilliant. We did the presentation in the style of an Olympic podium with third, second and third place. The children were absolutely thrilled! We asked one of the children what time it went dark, and he said at approx 6.45pm, and so we started to walk through the village about 10 mins before this. What a lovely experience! The village really does ...
... well. Very savory, and not a hint of the usual peanut flavor that I dislike.
I felt kind of bad though, because I asked the lady sitting nearby, who was in charge of collecting money for the food, to take a picture of our group for us. She didn't want to because she thought I was going to show these pictures and portray Uganda as a poor poverty-stricken country and misrepresent it in that way. Of course, that wasn't my intentions (we ...
A brief guide to
Ugandan Etiquette, by Susan:
- Dressing too casually
- Wearing shoes inside
... sitting right next to me meant that I couldn't get to my bag to get any of my other supplies! I was very relieved to arrive in Kabale and be met by the volunteer manager from Edirisa George. George took me to the hostel 'Home of Edirisa' (connected with the charity) where we had some late lunch/early supper and a good chat about what I could expect and what I would be doing while I was here. He then took me to where I am now staying until next Thursday, it's a lovely house at the top ...