In a few hours we get on a plane and make our way back to the states!
As you probably know I fell behind on the posts. Internet access became peculiar as we traveled from Kampala to Kigali. I took A LOT of pictures (about three hundred, give or take a few). There was something interesting to see every where, so I took shots of everything.
We did a lot on our last day in Kampala.
First up, we visited the The AIDS Support Organization:
Founder Noerine Kaleeba.
Anne Kaddumukasa, TASO's Public Relations Officer, gave us a tour of the facilities.
A reporter from the paper New Vision took our picture. Anurita took the time to write out our names, but we were left on the cutting room floor! I guess no international press for us...
Later in the day we traveled to Reach Out Mbuya:
Part of the facilities.
Roselyn Nandawula, who works in public relations at Reach Out, showed us around.
Necklaces made by some of the members.
He came over to say hi and fell in love with Anurita's camera.
And then he wanted Ross' camera. He was sweet and pretty upset when we had to leave.
Our day ended with a visit to the National Repertory Theatre: