Shirley and Pastor Phil figuring out our tickets at the airport.
16 bunk beds, 32 mattresses, and they are attempting to put 2.5 tons of concrete underneath the bunk beds.
The following is an excerpt of an article I wrote for a local magazine portraying my experiences on one of CII’s annual trips to Uganda.
It was wonderful actually seeing the locations in person and getting to know the people that CII is helping with everything they do. Please click the link to read the full article on my experience being in Uganda for the first time.
Allan and Shirley as we wait to get the van in for new tires.
This is by far not the largest thing I’ve seen on the back of a boda-boda but it is the most entertaining.
It was the middle of the night when we arrived and we were greeted by Pastor Steve Kimbowa, CII’s main contact and head of the Rock of Joy School in Uganda, and Allan Mbabali. Pastor Steve and Allan acted as our guides and drivers during the trip.
The next morning was much the same as every morning following. We’d wake up around 6 or 7 am, have breakfast, and wait for Pastor Steve and Allan to come pick us up for the day……