Feather Down Farms at Dolphinholme
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- Pets allowed
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Today (Saturday) we're having a day off and spending it at the Speke Resort in Kampala. It's a very smart place on the shores of Lake Victoria and has a large swimming pool.
Juliet was about to apply her sun cream when we noticed that what she thought was sun cream was actually Spanish hairspray. She had been using it all day yesterday at Sanga and wondered why it had not been very effective!
... 270 people waiting. The site here is very beautiful with a large garden rising gently towards the church. There is a big tree in the garden for shade. Because we were here earlier in the week and knew where everything was we were set up pretty quickly. Joe and I filmed an interview with Najita who I had met on Monday. She is an English teacher and had been complaining of a hammering in the head, later diagnosed as high blood pressure. She told us she was the oldest of 35 ...
... and keep the waiting line reducing. Tom saw a 19 year old called Ivan with virtually no sight in his left eye. He also saw a policewoman who was delighted to receive a pair of bi focals which fitted her perfectly. He saw 35 people today! Janet, Eleanor and I weighed and measured some of the sponsored children and gave them worming tablets, toothbrushes and toothpaste. Julia treated a lady with a Colles fracture so gave her some exercises for ...
Last night we went to a Chinese restaurant in what seemed like a very nice part of Kampala. As is often the case with Chinese restaurants there was too much food. The waiter asked if we wanted the remains of the meal to be packed up in foil boxes. On the way back we stopped to give the food to some people who were sleeping rough in the city centre. One girl had just fallen asleep on the pavement. This morning we were 90 minutes late leaving for our second day at Nakaseke. ...
... afternoon Nanny, Grandpa and Uncle Mike took Alexander, Lincoln, Rosie, Brody and Marni of to a pantomime (Aladdin) in Lancaster.
Matt and I went for a walk to the Midland hotel, back along the seafront, through Morecambe village. We had and Irish and Bailey's coffee and then braved the icy 1 degree conditions on the way back...to the mayhem of family dinner.