In one store, I found this...so I bought it.
It was really good, especially when served over ICE. Our friends the Skuza's in Kampala have a freezer cold enough to make ice because they don't lose electricity at night. It was so nice.
The next day, we found a store with this...
I will confess right now, that we spent way too much money on Dr. Pepper, but you must know that this was the first one we had seen since before we boarded the plane in Houston, January 4th.
That's really a bad excuse, but that's all I've got.
Each can was $1.65.
We bought 3 for everyone, and would probably do it again given the chance.
We carried them back to Arua, and we are using them sparingly.
The sad part is that I thought Dr. Stripes was just as good as Dr. Pepper.
Doug says that is blasphemous to say, but I just think it's sad because maybe I've lost my taste for it.
The good news is I found this, too.
Let me tell you another reason we had time to leisurely look around for these luxury items...
Doug and I were on a date. For real.
Lynn and Jan Skuza kept Karis and Caleb, fed them and played Uno. Sandra took Kylie with her and some other ladies to the Ndere Center where Kylie watched again the dance show we had taken her to in June.
And this...I have no words for...
Our reason for going to Kampala was to take Kelli and Alissa to the airport. Stan and Pam blessed us before they left for America by giving us money to take the girls out for steaks. They chose to eat at Spur, and the steaks were really good.
There is even a trampoline inside for the kids to play with.
Another treat was getting to go to the movies for the first time since Zambia in May. An appropriate movie happened to be showing, so we went. You will see evidence of the kids having watched "Dispicable Me" in a later post.