Our last day at Bishop’s is coming to its end. We had a late start to today, and didn’t arrive at the school until lunchtime. I, along with Hope and a couple of other people, decided to walk to the school today. It was probably a little over an hour, but the walk was filled with beautiful views and was well worth it. After eating lunch at the school, we along with the rest of the school packed into the main hall for our closing ceremony. It opened with some anthems, including the Groton School Hymn, sung bravely by all 11 of us in front of the entire Bishop’s School plus the faculty. We then enjoyed some singing performances by Scripture Union Club and Drama Club, and then a breakdancing performance by five of the students. The ceremony was an awesome time, fun and lighthearted, and it was the perfect end to our time here. After the ceremony, we left the main hall, only to be greeted by a horde of students wanting to take pictures with us. Although it was a little uncomfortable at first, being greeted and asked to take pictures with kids I had never spoken to in my life, it was also heartfelt at the same time. There were tears, smiles, and phone numbers exchanged, and our time at the school today made it a lot harder to say goodbye. It was moving to see how proud Bishop’s was of our partnership, and how honored they were to have us at their school, even though it was such a brief time. Just thinking about how I will never again pull up to Bishop’s early in the morning in the Venture Uganda bus really makes me sad, and I’ve really appreciated the time I’ve gotten to spend here. Although our time in Rukungiri is over, we still have lots planned, including chimp tracking tomorrow morning and a river safari on Thursday. So although leaving the village is tough for me, I’m so excited for what the rest of the trip is going to bring.