The group were awesome. They helped me right from the very beginning, with my luggage, emotional support when I struggled to walk or found myself frustrated by my disability, one cut an old crate down for me to use as a step into the minibus as I was finding it a struggle and the youngsters were runners for me, getting me drinks and taking my keys to reception etc. Everyone was awesome and I am really grateful, my faith in people being caring and thoughtful, renewed. ❤️
The tour staff couldn't have gone out of their way more too. Remmy held my arm all the way up a very narrow pathway through the slums so I could reach the street boys and Ssekanjjako David. How sad I would have been to miss that! Everytime I bent round to grab my bag, Agnes already had it on her shoulder and also spent her time searching out mzungu toilets for me! Richard was very thoughtful, stopping the traffic so I could cross a manic road at the equator and was always watching out for me and Claire, who should be a professional rally driver on the busiest and most potholed and rocky roads I've ever seen, was patient and understanding and took me to see Suubi who I sponsor and also Mama Mzungu, neither of which were on our itinery.
Last but not least, thank you Denis Victor for putting together this awesome tour and for giving us the privilege of seeing the amazing Suubi Medical Centre that you founded.
I couldn't recommend any higher, taking this trip of a lifetime, blending volunteering with a chance to see a beautiful country and it's wildlife.
Thank you all x