14th April 2015

100_6061Here’s the plan – leave Solace Guest House in Kigali at 9.00am in taxi to travel to the Ugandan border. Cross the border and be picked up by a Muhabura Diocese vehicle, perhaps travel to Nakyimanga on the way down from the border to Kisoro. Spend the remainder of the day in Kisoro. …………..


100_6071The reality – offered a lift by some friendly folk from Kisoro Baptist Church, Was brought all the way to the guest house in Kisoro. Enjoyed the company and the views on the journey.

A quiet lunch of pumpkin soup and chapati and then a wander down into Kisoro to get some Ugandan Shillings (now 4250 UgSh to the pound!) and a Sim Card which I have 100_6095discovered works fine for calls local and international but not for texts nor the internet. I’ll have to sort this out tomorrow,

Later in the day I visited Seseme Girls High School to see the water tank which was paid for by St. Martin, Droylsden and the Parish of the Good Shepherd, Ashton. The tank is complete except for the connections to the guttering to collect the water!100_6100

We had a party at the guest house in the evening to welcome people from Winchester and yours truly,

+Cranmer very kindly loaned me his laptop to allow me to catch up on emails, etc,

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