Shangri-La Hotel Uganda Ltd.
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- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... moved to contribute to this project, one way you can give is through Crowdrise or through Jim and I. Donations are being sought for a boat and life vests to transport children from the other side of the Nile to the site of the school, for one. These children currently are locked into fishing occupations that exploit them at an early age because there are no further educational opportunities for them. Also needed are desks for each student (you know, the kind that has ...
... with cerebral palsy. A child with syndromic features is generally diagnosed with Down syndrome. There is not the same expectation as in the US, and everyone accepts the doctor’s clinical diagnosis as accurate. Genetic testing is rare. On the wards, the clinical features of Down syndrome were emphasized - flat nasal bridge, orbital hypertelorism (widely spaced eyes), protruding tongue, macroglossia (large tongue) or micrognathia (small jaw), widely spaced ...
Today we've been to church at Bombo. Needless to say we were an hour late leaving from Kampala and didn't get there till nearly 12. The service had started at 9 and was in full swing. The hall was packed. It was extraordinary..part rock concert and part prayer meeting. A large number of people came forward to testify to how much their treatment this week had helped them. The worship band was fantastic and included a guest saxophone player from Kampala who had felt ...
... the poor hippos we loaded up onto Tusker the truck and set off on our long journey to Eldoret. We got a bit held up in traffic and also because there was a huge lorry that had tipped over into a ditch. The front cabin was so smashed, hopefully the people involved survived but we didn't know. This was the first of many road accidents we saw.
We arrived at our second camp site just before 5pm in Eldoret. Eldoret is where all the famous Kenyan runners ...
... and broken. At that point you are told to leave your backpacks, walking sticks and water and to turn the flash off on your camera. You are told not to make any noise at all and even if you are stung by something you should just suck it up! Okay, this was all sounding a little serious!! You then walk single file behind your guides who are hacking at the foliage with machetes so that you have a path to follow. All of a sudden, you get your first sighting and you truly ...