|Me at the YWAM base in Jinja, Uganda|
My Mum and Dad come from England. They both work with YWAM-AfriCom, which looks after the communication for YWAM in all of Africa, so we've traveled around Africa quite a bit and to other countries when Dad has been teaching on missions.
My most interesting memory was when my family went to Uganda. We went there in 2009 for 2 months because my Mum and Dad were running a workshop and doing some other stuff, helping to start a communication team for YWAM in East Africa. The coolest thing about being in Uganda (apart from riding on motorbike taxis) was that we went to the Hairy-Lemon. It’s an island in the Nile River and named after a pub in Ireland! We got there in a wooden canoe, which was really fun. This is a fact: Ugandans eat cooked ants! I ate some and they are DELICIOUS!
I think it is really cool being a YWAM kid because you get to travel everywhere!