LAICO Lake Victoria Entebbe Hotel
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... people have said we should not go due to Ebola, (over 2,000 km away), its too dangerous as it is a war zone. Most of the country has been very peaceful since 1972, only in the North with the so called Lords Army and Kony and the boarder overspills from Congo and Sudan has there been any trouble. Theft is a concern in any country abroad and African cities are ...
... the colonoscopy which is essential for diagnosing the cause of the bleeding (which would be freely available on the NHS) and so we had to manage the bleeding as best we could without knowing the cause of it. Sometimes you don't appreciate what you have until it isn't there. Iain's work with Frontline has continued to be challenging as well as rewarding. Deeper relationships with a number of the street boys have provided opportunities to gain insight ...
... parasites in general. And in fact tonight I cooked some spaghetti for me and Mathiga, who is also staying at the guest house with me until the weekend, and all I could think of was worms. Not helped by the fact that Mathiga was saying how she used to not be able to eat spaghetti because of her time during her clinical training where it was routine to COUNT how many worms a patient had, by hand. YUM.
... brown liquid in the toilet was his colon, it was all-round bad. On top of this he had lost so much condition, his muscle wastage was extreme and he looked a bit like Mick when he was recovering from ICU. So, the straw on the camels back had broken and Pito decided all he wanted to do was get out of Africa. He was literally in no condition to do Mt Kilimanjaro as planned and had lost in interest in seeing Rwanda, Tanzania or Malawi. The creature comforts you need ...
... of these children for years. We made our excuses and left to let them have their own goodbyes in private. It was another emotional morning at the Salvation. Army. Although the standards are poor there, Emma was able to recognise that it was much better than the slum she has been working in, and that the children were safe, so I feel a bit reassured by that. This afternoon, we did a walking tour of Kampala with a local lady. She was very patient with us ...