You will have gathered by now that we have been having some trouble with our electricity this past week. At the risk of tempting fate, its looks like we are back in business.
The young guy from Electrogaz who arrived early yesterday morning with our meter, returned an hour or so later with his mate and our guard who had been told to go and collect the meter.
This is a short post to say that we have been having some problems with our power supply in the house, and may not be able to put anything onto the blog for the next few days.
The medical supplies that we collected last week from Giterama have now been delivered to their final destination. It has taken four months but the journey is over at last.
Before we left Dunfermline we were aware that Tools With a Mission (TWAM) were arranging a container to be sent to Rwanda later in the year.
Since the beginning of the new school year in February I have been meaning to visit the friends I made when working at Alpha Community Academy last term.
It has been a long time coming, but at long last we have been reunited with our passports. Gavin’s was finally released by the immigration office yesterday.
A few days ago I was wandering along the main street in Kigali on my way to purchase the cheapest eggs I know of in the city (60p a half dozen, take your own container).
We really couldn’t let this week pass without letting the world know about the latest cashback offer from the Banque de Kigali.