The Mbarara Road suggests a route to some Brigadoon-like place in the Western Isles.
We have recently celebrated independence day. Forty nine years ago Uganda became a free state with its own decisions to make.
The plight of the UK economy and the disaster about to strike if the European leaders don't do something quickly are much in the news at the moment.
As autumnal Scotland moves from warm and wet towards cold and wet, two-season Uganda moves from hot and dry to slightly less hot and wet. Today looks like being a good day though.
By the time we left Rwanda at the end of August, arrangements were all but complete for the care of the street children who remained in the project house.
An article on the news wires crossed the breakfast table this morning as I was half-way through my chapati and egg.
Across Africa, at least, across East Africa, problems of poverty tend to be associated with women and orphans.
Our meetings with the local widows have continued this week and taken us to some of the villages around Kiwangala.