On another memorable day, the medical students who were here (and who have since departed) and Dr. Lisa traveled to Bunabumali, a nearby village, to perform physicals on the 250 orphans who lived there in the mountains. They set up a physical exam conveyor belt so as to systematically and methodically examine every single child, but soon felt the system clogging as bad as Kampala traffic. Elyssa and I were pulled from our task teaching the proper use of medicine to a group of sixth graders to aid in the examinations. We were given a crash course in vitals, and managed to record the basic health information of every child who was thrown at us. I EVEN got to use a stethoscope. Doctors without Borders, eat your heart out.