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 ...
... for our trip. I saw and experienced so much and will never forget this journey. They opened their home to us and I felt so very comfortable. I learned so much from Judy about Uganda and the culture she lives in. I am also very grateful to Corey and Rachel for giving me this wonderful gift of a lifetime. I could not possibly be here if not for them. I love them dearly. Kids will be kids and they have their moments just like we all do but ...
... and he's so much fun! Shauna and I slept in this morning while some of the group went to Rwanda and the others went out on a boat around the lake. After these early mornings it was such a treat to have a sleep in. We came up to the bar and had some lunch (we haven't been out for food yet - the guy that's leading us from the company has made fantastic meals). I had some crayfish from the lake and some local beer. We might rent a canoe (hollowed out log) a little later, do some laundry and just ...
... 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.
... and it was hilarious. It was like have 2 children in the pool as they genuinely did know what to do in the water. However, they did finally relax a bit and Maria and I were able to let go of them and they began to splash and play too. Lunch was a treat and the best meal we have had in Uganda before the 2 hour return drive back to Kampala. What we didn't think about however was the Kampala traffic. The drive to the suburbs was 2 hours and the final 5 miles took a mind ...