On Saturday, we headed to the Kingfisher Resort for the day. We spent a lot of time in the pool (had to make up for over six months without swimming) and in the process got ridiculously sun-burnt. Kasana and I had lots of fun making fools out of ourselves with our "water ballet" routine. Meanwhile, most of our siblings pretended they didn't know us... We also did some pretty nifty jumping photos. The adults and Tiegan went on a boat ride, Kynan and John disappeared somewhere to play football, and the teenagers swam and talked about all sorts of happenings at the Kingfisher. For dinner, we went to Two Friends. Jensen, Catriona, Kasana, and I shared a small pizza and some Indian food. Mmm... At this point, half an hour before dinner, I am salivating thinking of all the delicious food we ate on our trip. Going to Two Friends was an adventure because we spent most of the meal trying to figure out who was the very important person who warranted a more serious security check at the gate and all the soldiers around carrying AK-47s. By the way, the AK-47s are normal, the soldiers are not. Usually it is just a couple of security guards. We never did figure it out though. But that and the huge group of people (25 people) that got there before our huge group of people, caused our meal to come quite late. Meanwhile, we watched rugby and football on the television. But when the food came at 9:20, we enjoyed it all the more.
The next day, we packed up to leave. The Mortons went to a brand-new church in Jinja which has been started by a man who used to work at New Hope. We were blessed to be able to attend the first service. It was an open structure with a tarp as a roof. To tie the tarps to the roof, Uncle Godfrey and a couple other men clambered up the ten-foot logs and tied them down. A pretty impressive acrobatic act. We enjoyed worshiping there as well as getting to see Uncle Godfrey and Auntie Florence's family. Then we began the journey back to Kasana and reached there in the late afternoon. This March will be very memorable to me. It was lots of fun!