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Hi. Welcome to my learning site of Audio Visual Learning Materials-Production and Management at the Catholic University of Leuven(KULeuven) from May 7th to July 4th 2008. This is a very wanderful place where it is good to be. I am Kule Abraham from Uganda working as an Editor in the Center of Distance Learning Studies in Uganda Martyrs University which is 82km west of Kampala, the capital city of Uganda. Uganda Martyrs University, commonly known as UMU is along the equator and is the university of quality in Uganda.

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Sunday, May 11, 2008

Leuven in scenes

Our friend Froebell commonly referred to as Bell by us, said we could move around Leuven city in the afternoon. Our three colleagues from Tnazania-Mafura who is Jolly, Phillipina a true African lady and Ayoub had gone to their embassy in Brussels for a party. This was on a saturday. The friends from Ethiopia and one from Bangladesh were abit busy.

Together, we strolled until we reached near the train station. There was live bund already by 1430hrs. It was interesting. We watched, took pictures. The city was full of wazungu and some blacks. It was the begginning of a series of celebrations of the festive season in Leuven town. They were to be held in most points of the city. Later, we by passed by our supermarket ALDI as it is our shopping area to buy some eats. Later, we took yorghurt ice cream. We were later joined by Phillip Peters from Mugabe's country and Fanta? I don't recall well but Peter was with two others. Together with Peter, Froebel and I, we left for our home-Justus Lipsius College, Minderbroedersstrat. This is a hall of residence for some university students of Katholic University of Leuven (KUleuven).
Do not be bored at this point. What was interesting was the evening, night scenes. We went back at around 1900hrs. It was fantastic. You can look at the pictures. First at the old market where people every day, time are either boosing, eating or hagging...or doing all. We then moved to the city hall. Some comedians performing. The langauage barrier mad us not to understand the message. We enjoyed the scenes and took pictures. Wah, it was interesting. We moved to near the train station and we were joined by the Raici Kitwete people from their embassy. On our way back, we branched at the university library where there were fireworks. People were busy. The town was full of people-the young, the youth, the old ones with joyous mood and fashion.

Time. We go back home. Had we forgotten the key to the main door. No we had two with us. The college closes its gates on saturday by 9pm and by this time its still shinning. Gud night we bid farewell to each other.

The day was done. I retire after all that. But you, do not retire before you see the video or pictures of the scenes.

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