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DINNER TIME, KIDS!
NO, NO, NO, NO, NO…
THIS IS THE WRONG SHOW–WE NEED THE NALERIGU TOUR GUIDE
HERE I AM, THANK YOU!
Do you want me to start the show? Get on the stage.
You walk down the street of Nalerigu. You see lambs and goats chomping at the grass.
But while you keep walking there is garbage thrown everywhere and babies crying.
There are many shop vendors coming up to try to tell you that they’ve got good deals. And when you keep walking, there’ll be people with big, big plates on their heads trying to sell you bananas, or pineapples, or tomatoes. And sometimes they think you’ve painted white paint on you and they try to scratch it off.
When you go to the hospital you see many sick women and children waiting for their turn, lying on the ground, waiting to see the doctors. Some of them have malaria. And some have other illnesses.
Surprisingly, I’ve seen five cactuses and three palm trees. That’s how hot it is!
Even when you walk anywhere, you want to bring your personal fan wherever you go. But, I don’t have one. It’s so hot I’m having eight big glasses of water each day.
Oh, and if you come here, you will want to bring your own three buckets of ice in a cooler shaped like a suitcase so the security guards won’t know.
There’s a path that when you walk down pretty far, you’ll meet a creek. Don’t think about going into the water, because there are snails and they’ll attach to you, lay their larvae and the larvae will come into your blood and squish out its sickness, and make you have schistosomiasis.
A couple days ago, we went to a ceremony that switched the sponsors for the hospital and the King was there. It looked like he came in a limo.