Having had a better nights sleep and a bit of a lie in we set out for Kibuli hospital again. Guess what we took another wrong turn on the way, in another direction, but made it eventually! Bit apprehensive today as on our own without Jean but hoping for some deliveries and met by lots of smiley docs and midwives :-) We had not been there long when we were called to the antenatal ward where a woman was pushing, she was taken to the labour ward and we witnessed the birth of our first Ugandan baby!! Although very different practices were observed, nothing can deter from the privilege of witnessing the miracle of birth!!! Meanwhile another very vocal lady was labouring inches away- it was amazing to see the instinctive behaviours and coping mechanisms without the option of pain relief. However, slow progress was recognised and an obstructed labour was diagnosed, so off to theatre we went! The only way to describe the theatre is basic- and that is an understatement! No anaesthetic machine (BP was taken manually twice and anaesthetist chatted on his mobile for most of the procedure), no resuscitaire although someone did bring in a nasal canula!!! Again very different practice observed, after a very slow start in theatre a beautiful baby boy was delivered in good condition. Was interesting to see the uterus being sutured outside of the abdomen - we all had a good view!Home to rest and sunbathe, weather today is beautiful!Met up with Dianne again this afternoon to visit her friends who live in the poorer area of Kampala in the slums. The people we met, again were very friendly and although they have very little they made us feel very welcome, offering us food and juice. Some of the women are very talented and we found out about their skills in making jewellery and bags. The children were all adordable, they were all so excited to see us, wanting to be picked up and to hold our hands. There was a real sense of community and genuine caring for each other. Many families have experienced such horrendous times and conditions. Recently, with the heavy rains in Uganda many have seen their homes washed away. A fabulous day had by all.