Gold Group – Day 18 – Leaving party!

We were awoken from our lie in by, yet again, “Hotel California” with several staff and students singing along at the top of their voices. However, this was less painful when we found breakfast was pancakes! After breakfast, we started the day off packing our suitcases and preparing the next week of travelling. We organised…

Gold Group – Day 17 – SPORTS DAY!!!

Today was Bujakko’s sports day 2019, and much to our delight, we were invited to participate in some events in their communities. A few nights previous, Mrs Bond had organised us into four groups and linked us with a house for the day. We then decided which activities we each wanted to partake in. To…

Red Team Day 16 & 17 – Working and Planets

Working in the heat of Africa The beautiful weather has finally arrived at Kamuzinda and for the last 2 days we have been working in the heat of the African sun. A great opportunity to improve our suntans and the lives of the amazing school children we have been spending our time with. The group…

Gold Group – belated upload of halfway highlights

Here are some of the highlights of the trip from the Gold group students and staff: Lani: giving donations and seeing their faces Tash: the welcome dance as Jasimu Luke: meeting the first school and watching their welcome performance Ben P: chimpanzee sanctuary Abby B: receiving letters from friends at Kamuzinda Evie: arriving at Kamuzinda…

Gold Group – Day 16 – final day of work!

Yet another wonderful day in Uganda! As has become tradition, we woke up to “Hotel California” as our alarm clock – I think when we get home we will all hear the song and remember our trip! Unfortunately, today was our last full day of work at Bunjakko! Today we had a new job to…

Gold Group – day 15 – primary school visits and Buwama

We started the day off with some delicious Rolexs and fruit before getting ready for 9am. Today we weren’t working in the secondary school but instead heading out to visit two local primary schools. We walked up the road to St Mary’s primary school – the only government primary school on the island. It was…