LAICO Lake Victoria Entebbe Hotel
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... each other, and I had a guy look at me and go "I paid good money to get through this first. You have to wait." And the guy who was with him said "I don't believe in class systems, even in planes" haha it was comical. I mean at this point I didn't really care. But it was strange to think someone cares that much about getting through security first. And after all that I beat him through anyway ...
So today is the day we travel to the other side of the world to the Southern Hemisphere! There is an Equator sigh in the middle of a road, which we will traveled over 2 hours to just to get our photo taken! And the drive is a scary one....there is no road sense in Uganda at all! But we arrived in one piece! We woke up to torrential rain today, and it didn't die down when we arrived at the equator either! We managed a group shot, all with our hoods up! We somehow do look really happy ...
... together, we talked about our shared commitment to family and God. Even though we are worlds apart in many ways, we are really not so different. We have the same aspirations for our children, the same Christian values, the same respect for the family unit, and the same love for our fellow brothers and sisters. We have developed a unique relationship, Coty and I, one that I would not have developed had it not been for her and her husband’s gracious hospitality ...
... but we have lived in Africa, have an awareness of the dangers and will be spending 95% of our time in remote areas. So generally we are not worried, in fact just excited to get back to Africa! On our previous trip we noticed that most villages children love football, but seldom have a football, so this time we are taking 20 with us to give away as we drive around ...
... to the UK, and there are lots of things to learn. Morphine is the only strong painkiller available here but seems to be very effective for the majority of patients. Hospice manufactures all the liquid morphine for the whole of Uganda, and Rach spent an enjoyable afternoon helping out with the process but got blisters all over her hands from screwing on 600 bottle caps! Hospice Africa Uganda really is leading the way in palliative care in Africa, and they do ...