Uganda Team #17
The mouse was found but did not survive the whack from the broom! The ladies were able to make it back into the house. Whew!
After lunch, we loaded up the bus and took two of the Bible Institute students to their home in the Congo. The Congo looks just like Uganda – miles upon miles of huts and little villages with lots and lots of brush and jungle-like surroundings.
After our trip to the Congo, we went to into the town of Aura and walked through the marketplace. Thousands of people were crowding the marketplace selling everything imaginable. It is NOT a tourist stop but a look into the life of how the Ugandans live… and it is rough!
After we stopped to pick up the ladies, who had stopped at a local tailor to have skirts made, we headed for a supper in town. The only place the missionary feels safe for our group consisted of rice, beans, cabbage, and tortillas. We enjoyed eating out under the porch where it was just a tad-bit cooler. It is toasty warm here!
We are now back at the missionary’s compound and preparing for our journey back to the States. We leave at 5:00 a.m. to journey the ten hours back into Kampala. There will be no updates for at least 24 hours as we will be traveling in a bus.
Everyone is still healthy and the group is still getting along very well. We continue to pray for all of you and THANK YOU for praying for us. Several are packing the bus right now and the electricity will go out in the next 15 minutes. Good night and we will update late tomorrow night.