Surjio's Guest House

Plot 24 Kisinja Road, Jinja, Uganda | Hotel
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Location

This hotel, located on Plot 24 Kisinja Road, Jinja, is near Buggala Island, Bujagali Falls, Lake Mutanda, and Mount Sabinyo.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Surjio's Guest House Jinja

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    Travel Blogs from Jinja

    Jinja

    A travel blog entry by dzasta on Aug 30, 2014

    2 comments, 11 photos

    ... tent and got everything sorted so I am good to go all the way to Nairobi. I wanted upgrade again tonight but they say they don't have the rooms.I went next door but it is $190 per night so I am back in tent tonight and tomorrow for my LAST NIGHT.
    Late news.. I just scored a dorm bed and Im the only one in the dorm. TOP score.


    I prolly wont post again till at least Nairobi in a coupla days
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    Boat Cruise antics

    A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Aug 06, 2014

    6 photos

    ... fruit salad and banana bread. We were ready for some serious shopping! After much bartering here is what we ended up with: - numerous samosas - a bracelet for Annie - a cow skin covered drum - chocolate - and our Uganda souvenir of a lovely painting Our transport back to the campsite ended up being a very hot and crowded taxi along a very bumpy road! All the girls spent the arvo getting dulled up and ...

    Paul for Paul a Children's Home

    A travel blog entry by lottieuganda on May 19, 2014

    ... real treat and I loved supervising the children as they spent hours colouring. As for the Barbies and teddies, they insisted on washing them twice a day, didn't work so well with the teddies who basically died a wet and smelly death! We made some clothes too which were also washed more than they were worn - 'Aunty, I bathe the baby now?' Lunch was served around 1 (this suited me well as a regimented Acworth!) and was always huge! Again there was a good variety, of course all African ...

    Rafting the Nile River

    A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on May 04, 2014

    9 photos

    ... waves made me feel like a pirate on the open sea. But for the sake of the raft, it is a good thing none of us had peg legs or hook hands. Halfway through the day we reached a rapid called "the bad place". We somehow made it through, but there was one casualty: Yvonne's big toenail. Ouch. We were given breakfast, lunch on the river (pineapples and crackers), and an absolutely epic barbecue at the end of the day. Vegetable curry, rolls, hummus, potatoes, some of the ...

    Uganda

    A travel blog entry by jennifersarah on Feb 14, 2014

    29 photos

    ... the waterfall. We were given the command or go over the waterfall where the two boys in the front leaned forward and everyone else had to lean back to prevent us from tipping. However when we hit the water we all swung forward (I will have to share the video when I get back if you are interested) and I head butted the person in front of me. I felt the blood pooling but all I could think about was my teeth and I shouted "Peter Peter! Are my teeth still here?" They were! Yay! But ...