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Just off on the last game drive of the trip, fingers crossed for lion cubs!
Your mum has asked us to let you know that your texts are getting through to them and they are texting you back but don’t think you are receiving theirs. Mum just wants you to know she loves you and has been trying really hard to communicate but the technology has not been playing ball. She has not abandoned you!
Saturday 14th July
Well, this afternoon we met a 70 year old, her 100 year old mother and 130 year old gran. Now it’s true to say birth certificates are short in supply, but they certainly looked their age.
This picture shows the 100 year old and the 130 year old ladies
Our students very much enjoyed the interaction with students at St. Jude’s Primary School. The sense of enjoyment when the parachute emerged was clear to see on the faces of all involved including our 15 year olds!!!
Tom and Nathan are perfect gentlemen, offering to help Madina to swim!!!
This picture shows a dormitory at St Jude’s School. A project that could transform the living conditions of children here is on the cards for 2013. In discussions with our Ugandan partners, who we recently met, various ideas have been explored for the future. Additional bunks (we purchased some, with mattresses, for our friends at Loweero), will mean that many students should have a more comfortable night.