Airport Guesthouse Entebbe
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- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
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Back on the 5:15 am wake up calls to make our 6 am departure. An early star was critical as we had a 10 hr drive ahead of us from Kisoro back to Entebbe before leaving to Tanzania tomorrow.
The drive was long, it ended up taking almost 11 hours. Our driver was a very slow and careful driver, we were getting passed left and right by trucks …
We spent the day in Entebbe so after breakfast at the guest house we walked to the botanic garden, about a 30 min walk. Most of the roads were dirt and no tall buildings.
The garden was very pretty, right on the lake and very green. We saw all sorts of birds and vegetation and a big troop of gibbon monkeys. We took a few videos and lots …
Right away we could tell this was much more of a 3rd world country than maybe anywhere else we have been. The airport was small and very basic. No shops, restaurants, etc.
Our hotel had a shuttle waiting for us and during just a 7 min drive to the hotel we were on a very rough dirt road, big ruts and parts washed out. There were no street …
... it back safe and sound. Unfortunately we had a day of rain, but we used the opportunity to brush up on our card game skills. Iain was pretty excited to drive a 4x4 that we'd hired for the weekend. It certainly made a nice change from taxis and Boda bodas! We also had a weekend away with Jamie to Ssese island, which is in the middle of Lake Victoria. (I'm sure you'll think we've not been doing any work at all!) The boat ride was fairly interesting- about 100 people piled into ...
... and was seen riding it into the sunset whilst laughing crazily. So we waited for a chance to stop off in Uganda's capital Kampala. And when we did, the artisanal coffee shop only did iced cappuccinos and not frappucinos. Could this day get any worse? Obvs could. Obvs did. I wasn't allowed to play my music because the bass was making everyone's ears hurt. Particularly old ears. Anyway finally we made it ...