Jinja – Our Fifth House In Africa

The last house we had was in Jinja I liked it a lot because it was very exotic place to live.  The only two flaws it had was it did not have enough bedrooms so I could have my own room and in the morning it was so cold because we had a door that was a screen door only so the wind from the Nile river would flow into the house at night.  By morning my toes would be freezing on the tiles.  I loved the yard because it was very large and it had a great climbing tree and four swings, 3 small and one large enough for me and all my sisters to swing on together.  We all used it alot, it was so fun. 


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