We got taxis to the craft market in the centre of Kampala, where we bought lots of lovely African gifts. And loads of stuff that we probably don't need.
We had a coffee whilst waiting for our taxis to pick us up again. Vikram and Woan-Yi had a 'Lake Island' coffee - coffee, rum, lemon and coke! Woan-Yi has spent the rest of the day feeling a bit 'squiffy', with rosy cheeks!
On the way back to the house, we took photos of the streets of Kampala:
We had a lovely lunch on the veranda at the Hodges', with the dogs under the table, waiting for scraps as usual.
I played badminton with Joan (our neighbour in the guest house), then tried to teach Joan and Linda how to swim in the pool.
Then we went down to a bar and watched Wimbledon. Tense and nerve racking followed by joy! History has been made! Can't believe it!
What a wonderful finale to our stay here.
We would all like to say a MASSIVE THANK YOU to Andrew and Sarah Hodges for making us so welcome in their house, for feeding us, driving us all over the place, and showing us around in Uganda. A big thanks also to Naomi and Rachel Hodges (Andrew and Sarah's daughters), for being so lovely about us all completely invading their space!
It has been a truly exciting, chaotic, challenging, heart-warming, shocking, tiring, sad, eye-opening, brilliant trip. I'm so glad I came, and now I am ready to go home, see my family and really appreciate everything I have there.