Shangri-La Hotel Uganda Ltd.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
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... and you only get to communicate with them once a month. But they are strong in the gospel which is very important. It was a wonderful visit and Brother Sam became a very close friend to me. I was happy to go out and see the people and sit with the kids wherever I went. I'm like a kid magnet here! They just gather around and climb on my lap or walk up and hold my hand or wave. It's so fun for me! It was a wonderful Sunday and I'm glad that I made the most of ...
... the conga going which they all absolutely love! Then he handed out chocolate so you can image the mess! Beth was sad to see that Angela, a 7 year old girl was still there. She has been there since 19 months old. As Remmie's orphanage is a baby orphanage, we worry what will happen to her. There is comfort that as Remmie is such a caring person she will see that she is ok. But it is hard not to get emotional. We took a look around the school, and saw that there were other ...
Well 2015 has started off full steam ahead with all the beautiful Daycare children arriving for their first day back. They were all very excited to be back with there friends and "Aunties" as most of the children usually return back to their villages to be with family during the Christmas break. Its so nice to hear the sounds of laughing children at Jordan House again.
Roberts visit to Abim village in January to distribute the Christmas hampers was ...
... over initially 7 (just like Rome), now 12, hills. It's by far the biggest subsaharan African city we've been. It is amazingly, crazily busy - sidewalks crowded with pedestrians and the streets littered with the dangerous boda bodas (scooters) and cars - all of which have the right of way over pedestrians. Kampala is an eclectic, disparate collection of buildings, with modern neighborhoods next to tin roof slums. It is very tropical and beautiful, minus the hoards of giant 6 ...
... menstruation. According to the organization, girls may miss up to 8 months out of 3 years of school due to these concerns. Girls use leaves, mattress stuffing, newspaper, corn husks and other materials in an effort to stay in school. They often get infections, or exploited in exchange for hygiene. If they don’t attend school they are considered eligible for marriage, regardless of age. Families sometimes need to choose between feeding their children ...