Today marks a very special day. Not only is it the day when Norway’s constitution was signed at Eidsboll in 1814; it is the day that Rachel, Jeremy and I move into our full-time apartment in Uganda. This is an ample step for us because:
- I must ride a boda-boda to work tomorrow for the first time.
- Breakfast is no longer included.
- We are on our own.
Luckily, we have received substantial help and support over the last few days and are well equipped to handle life on our own in the East-African Nation of Uganda. Undoubtedly, the support we received from our kind and generous Ugandan friends has helped us enormously, and has made finding accommodation a piece-of-pie. The things I like most about this apartment is the large amounts of space, natural sunlight, as well as it’s three bedrooms and three washrooms. It also has 6 mini fridges.
Feeling spoiled as I take-in the breathtaking view from our balcony, and happy to call this place home for the next three months.