For the first time in the trip the day dawned cool and damp so it was a miserable start to our one and a half hour journey to David Waako's home village, Bumanya. The day began to dry out as the morning went on, and the weather was fine by the time we arrived. Our venue this time was under shelter at a governement office which provided shade, but with space and fresh air. It did take some ingenuity to screen areas for examinations, but we were soon set up as a crowd began to form. Things were much more organized than the previous day and some good work was carried out, including surgery.
We were to return to the same palce the next day which meant that we would be able to see anyone missed today, a large number judging by the crowd which had gathered. A very enjoyable journey home as the weather by now was beautiful and we were able to have a good look at the countryside. Everyone was much happier this evening!