Yeaaaah am in YEI DO not fear ma mere i am fine i am with an arab…he is called abe…he is quart Arabian actually half Indian he has informed me All is well but i have to go….will upload photos very soon very much fun Up da SPLA and Viva La GOSS Nena PooMoo for mousie XOXOXO
Why hello I am currently in MicroCare even though it is my holidays…well anwar is here anyway with his outrage at having no holidays he has decided we deserve a car which should be great, i bought a tape(yep an actual tape!!!) i decided on a classic,Westlife’s greatest hits, its what you have to drive to on KLA as we now call it or Kampsie as iam starting to call it. Christmas was in Kisiizi and was rather strange, i have hundreds of photos as you expect but i havent got my camera with me currently so they will have to be uploaded at a later date. I spit roasted a pig which was an experience and a half and i feel i took alot from it…such as burns and singed hair…but other than those things it was a great day and tasted great. I went to a Church service which we left after about an hour and a half as we didnt understand a word and we had been up preparing the pig since 4am. The service contiuned for 5hours….. On boxing day the boys went on a quest, quoating lord of the rings with our walking sticks and large strides i soon nearly died but luckily had my inhaler with me so all was gewd. We desnded into a valley and Jeff supplied us with a wonderfull quote “its always great to watch birds of prey from above”. We arrived at the bottom of the valley where we meet a small river and a wonderfull waterfall which legend has it is where they would kill ladies who did bad things….we however enjoyed the ice cold thud of the water due to our unatural sweating. I soon climed the water fall to see what was above and due to it being about 4metres tall this was hardly strenues. I reached the top and there was a beautiful flat stone right for the sunbathing….there was also a lovely pile of mud and being the skin cleansing curious types me and abe soon had oursleves covered in mud….these photos are on Jeff’s camera and i hope to get them off him…..we then walked down the river and had a plentyfull of falls and wetness. I am now back in kampala and had a lovely shopping spreee…i bought myself some glorious air nikes, a beautiful bob marley belt, a pair of topguntastic aviators and a lovely T-all for about 7 squid. As i have to get a new visa to stay in the country i am going to be leaving the mighty Uganda for a while and spread my wings to Kenya and if the lovely boarder gaurds..i do so hope they read my blog….allow it i shall enter somalia….the wonderfull thing is i can do it all for free….not only do the other boys have to pay to leave Uganda and enter Kenya they have to pay to get back in aswell so it costs them $100 on crossing invisible lines…where as it costs me $0 which means i shall be buying the champagne on the train to mobassa. I am still unsure upon the dates at which i shall be leaving etc but i shall try and keep you all informed. Hope christmas was great for you all Love from Guy
Well sorry for a lack of blogging….
I have been very busy and i could write you one of my super long blogs giving you great detail and information, i know you would greatly enjoy that but i currently am stressing with UCAS so i am going to put a load of photos up and give you a small run down of what happened
On Tuesday 11th it was the Microcare Christmas party so they had some live acts one of them was this guy above, we called him one legged Rasta, i feel that isnt his real name.
This is me and Francis’s daughter Gabi
This is another live act, Bobi Wine, he is famous over here and has a really popular song
Me dancing with gabi
Me and roddy left the party and went up the road to the mural on the wall where i found hitler and we had a chat about why he was in Uganda
And roddy helped the economy by pushing a lorry through customs.
During this night Roddy and i decided to go with the rest of Project Trust to the sese islands for a wee bit of a break.
The large boats transporting wood.
Us all getting onto the ferry
An old sally rat dog in the sese islands
Hitchhiking a lift in a pick up i took this photo of the bay infront of our hotel
This is the main village and jeff
We went to the local pool shack for a few games
We went for lunch and walked into the forest a little where we saw lots of monkeys
Jeff and roddy on the pier, we were meant to be fishing but the fella turned up an hour late with no rods.
We sat on the pier with beers and watched the sunset instead
Rather Beautiful as we watched the fishermen in their dugouts come in
Roddy climbed out to pose
Moi,Jeffery and abe
Roddy and I came home on the Friday morning and got the 7am ferry at about 9am.
We came home on friday because we were invited to the Irish Ambassadors Party. We of course dressed for the occasion in Smart Casual, Jackets but no ties….we looked quite the part and fitted in rather well even though i do say so myself. It also happened to have a Samuel Beckett exibition because of anniversary etc etc so was rather intersting. As the night wore on it turned into a bit of Kareokee with many randomers going forward….during a lule in the singing me and roddy were pushed to the front and shouts of go on westlife insued so as to not let down our begging crowd we sang a hidden gem in the wild rover…(the scottish version of course due to roderick)…we got many compliments and we may be booked for a wedding in the near future
me reading the irish times in the Irish Embassy with Beckett exibition
We went to the Sheraton Hotel and ended up going to look at the Gym. Its rather nice.
We went to Spurs for Dinner which was delightfull steak….mother will be so proud of my manners in this one but it is fast food so it is ok 😀
As i am sure you have all being hearing about CHOGM in the news and how much Gordan Brown and queenie enjoyed their tax payers money spend. Well now that the dust has been allowed to settle (literally due to the countless road sweepers out on their hands and knees every morning) we see quite a more PreCHOGM Uganda as i now have electricity rarely and have no water thank you musevini. Well the main point of this entry is to shed some light upon the lovely Ebola virus that if you do not know already is where you bleed out of every oraphis in your body and there is no cure and your 80% likely to die, well this lovely virus has just arrived in Uganda just right after CHOGM you say with a swipe of the brow and a sigh of relief as queenie is ok and can do that thing she does with the corgi’s and Gordan can get back to the british public who need him so much oh no wait let me just see has Ebola not been killing hundred in the DRC for about five months now….hmmm and people have been dieing on the boarder areas of Uganda such as Bundibugyo now let me think would an out break of Ebola in Uganda just before CHOGM mean that a lot of CHOGM people would not come to Uganda? Would it indeed be better for Uganda to cover up this Ebola outbreak and keep it under the carpet as it spreads slowly in a CHOGMtastic Uganda. I feel a great sense of suspicion. Well its about time now that you did get worried because there are now suspected outbreaks in Kampala, when i they say suspected they mean people are dieing of Ebola in Kampala but we do not want to freak people out, i am going to be on red alert i feel i should probably stay in bed all of this week. This weekend as you may recall i was going to be going to Fort Portal and Kasese which now both are on high alert as they have large populations and Ebola is broken out all around them, for some reason i have decided i am washing my hair this weekend so that trip is off!! Be safe in the knowledge that its nowhere near you 😀 Have a fun flu filled winter Guy