Ok, latest episode!! We filled up with fuel but still didn’t get very far because, when I needed to reverse, guess what? Reverse doesn’t work! So out the three men get and push! That’s ok, I’m just driving!!!
We did manage to deliver a few nets on behalf of Marton Primary in Congleton. These people are so happy to see a Mzungu and especially thankful for the life saving gift. Ar the same time we were giving pens and pencils out to each child. These had been donated by the ladies of Marple Methodist Church and also our lovely niece Vicky Smith.
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Thank you Marton School in Congleton for providing so many children with mosquito nets
Katie was one of the biggest fundraisers
A typical home of children who go to Brain Trust school
Mr Charles the head teacher came with us on the delivery as he knew where all the homes were
Thank you Harrison and Vivi too!
The parents of these children run a little shop but they still cannot afford mosquito nets
Often we would be given gifts. The people may no have a lot but what they have they share. Here we were given lots of ground nuts and green oranges!
These ladies were at a village meeting but they welcomed us
Took me a while to get up again!
Beans, maize and g-nuts drying in the sun
The local borehole
Thank you Ellie!
This student from Brain Trust was washing his unitform in preparation for school the next day
Cassava prepared and ready to mix with beans
Lots of firewood for the cooking fire
Matoki – savoury banana that I had cooked and mashed every day with g-nut sauce
Several Brain Trust children live in this terrace
Hussein is in the top class In the Nursery
Now the latest news on this wonderful car….The internet is great where we are……….
Oh how I just love Uganda!
I’m only driving! The three men were the navigators!
Eventually I had to get out of the car! The flood water was lovely and cool!
OK Innocent! I’m laughing too! Thank goodness I remembered emergency rations!!
Even the cows were wondering what we were doing in their drinking water!