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The day did not start well! I was woken up in the early hours of the morning by Mrs Green running to the bathroom to be violently sick. This happened on several other occasions during the night, and by the … Continue reading
My alarm went off at 05.20 and by 06.00 Mrs Green and I were driving off Mweya for the last time on this trip having said a sad ‘Goodbye’ to Stu, who had got up early to see us off. … Continue reading
Today was our last full day on Mweya and we had arranged for the Ugandan teachers to have a cluster meeting. Stu was off to Rwenzori National Park for meetings all day while the others were going to help me … Continue reading
It was a relative lay in for me today, but for the CM Sports group it was an early start. They were up for a 7.00am start with Mongoose trekking followed by a walk in the Rwenzoris and then a … Continue reading
I look like I’ve got the Bubonic plague! After pretty much leaving me alone for the opening week of the trip, they have come back with a vengeance and decided that feasting on my arms, legs and back isn’t enough … Continue reading
This morning we have been introduced to the blog by Adam. We are too excited about the opportunity to be able to share information about Rihamu Junior School and our community. This platform makes it possible to quickly communicate and … Continue reading
On Monday 13th August, Ugandan teachers met at Hippo House, Mweya. They trained with blogging and learned how to communicate effectively with schools in the UK.
We had a full program of activities at Kafuro so we were up and on the road by 8.30am after our usual breakfast of fruit platter and toast (Mrs Green) and rolex (me). The others were going to Katunguru for … Continue reading
It was an early start for everyone today as the others were going to Katunguru while Mrs Green and I would be spending our first day at Kafuro. We went to breakfast at the Safari Hostel where the main subject … Continue reading