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... Gaddafi himself) we thoroughly enjoyed the tour, especially Hayley who had to dress in full muslim clothing.
We noticed a stark contrast between the calm of Kigali and the manic streets of Kampala but managed to still enjoy the chaos. After a day there though we needed some relaxation and decided to check out the Ssese Islands on Lake Victoria. We jumped on a bus heading South and arrived just outside of Entebbe. Our mission was to find a fishing boat that could take us ...
... away. Being thrown in jail for no real reason?!?!
Most of the work the union and most of their funds go to lawyer fees to get their members out of jail. Janet stated that many nurses have now switched careers and many work in business out of the fear of being thrown in jail. And it doesn't stop there...a standard nurses wage is 500 000 shillings per month ($200)! Now I have mentioned some of the conditions, and when I blog from last week you ...
... received three nets which were hanging over beds all over the house. She had also put together enough funds to buy a fourth on her own. It became very apparent very quickly that some homes we visited should not have received free bed nets. One in particular was a home business of a naturopath. She talked with us for over 20 minutes about eating according to your blood type and showed us various machines used to cleanse the body of toxins. She had ...
... giraffes, buffalo and rhinos. Also flamingos! Today we crossed the border between Kenya and Uganda. Very easy crossing, very little security, just pay your money and get your stamp and Hey Presto, welcome to Uganda. It's now raining, has been for a few hours. Not very cold though. Well I'm off to have a shower, love you all. Ria xxx Ps, mum stop reading here I managed to (barely) survive the introductions. We had to tell a bit about ourselves, then take a soup ladle full of ...
... killed 18 people!
There are these pretty yellow birds around the hospital called weaver birds. Their nests look like beehives, and they enter from the bottom. There are also a lot of vultures here. Bats are everywhere! Even hanging within the hospital! Mary was handing out washcloths from a pile on the floor, and when she tried to pull 2 of them apart, there was a bat between them!
We teach the protocols using pregnant women at the hospital who volunteer. Many ...
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