Pictures of our house in Tororo.
Technically, it's a 6-bedroom house, but it has extra nooks and crannies that can fit more people if needed. I have lost count of how many are staying there right now.
It has a large kitchen (in which the shelves need some finishing), and a large living room with a haphazard collection of furniture. We have a TV with satellite cable, although I haven't used it much yet because I keep falling asleep by 9pm.
The bathrooms are strangely distributed, with 2 of them in individual rooms, and only 1 off the hallway, which means that 4 women (right now) are sharing 1 bathroom. So far, there have been no scuffles, but we'll see how long that lasts. Eventually, there will be 5 of us with 1 bathroom.
It was a rather spartan bathroom, too, but Beth and I bought some decorations in town. We found a blue shower curtain, blue plastic shelves and a blue wastebasket, and now it looks much prettier.
Note the front yard, excellent for gardening, and the hammock-worthy trees.
The night guard has already started a garden in which he grows corn.
The porch makes for nice afternoon lounging, and we're planning to start playing frisbee in the front yard.