Urban By CityBlue, Kampala, Uganda

22, Akii Bua Road, Kampala, Uganda | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 22, Akii Bua Road, Kampala, is near Uganda Museum, Kasubi Tombs, Sesse Islands, and Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Urban By CityBlue, Kampala, Uganda

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    Travel Blogs from Kampala

    On the red roads again

    A travel blog entry by ennyv on Aug 05, 2014

    4 comments, 5 photos

    ... We needed the tires in order to return from our last clinic we had to drive 6 hours back to Kampala. We crossed the equator and watched the water turn left and right down a sink, is really amazing if you see that within 2 meters distance the gravity is going the other direction.

    The car and driver were excellent but he does believe that air-conditioning is a waste of fuel. My ears and eyes were sore when we finally reached the city. But a good night sleep took care of ...

    Health is wealth

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jul 02, 2014

    10 photos

    ... and The School for Life Foundation were happy to pay for for her to be reviewed and treated by the private Orthopaedic surgeon who originally treated her. May I say I was again a little dubious on how successful this process was going to be- if it was me I would not want to be reviewed or treated for osteomyelitis in the Ugandan Health System and contacted all of ortho/radiology/ physio contacts back home before our appointment so I was knowledgeable on the condition ...

    Active birth workshop for 40!

    A travel blog entry by lovettn on Jun 13, 2014

    3 comments, 4 photos

    ... afraid of our white skin. Once she couldn't see my face, she stopped crying and it was surprisingly comfortable. The midwives found it amusing that we had no ideas how to do this and were terrified of dropping her. The finale was a shoulder dystosia where Alison and I used our many acting talents to deliver my fat baby. Again there was great hilarity in the room as I jumped onto the table in the MUMSIE and tried to push out my baby with little success. Lots of learning ...

    Life in Uganda

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jun 01, 2014

    28 photos

    ... have running water or electricity and if you do have power it often cuts out. Council garbage collection is non-existent and the roads are laid out with no planning what-so-ever creating a labyrinthe pot-hole mess. In rural areas many people rely on water pumps to access water which involves walking kilometres a day with a plastic jerry can and live in basic huts with no sewerage. Shops and health facilities are basic and education short and sub-standard. I've felt ...

    Day 5 - Sports day!

    A travel blog entry by weightmans on May 15, 2014

    3 comments, 77 photos

    ... very serious! In goal, we had Jack, who we named Pepe Reina with his magical hands. Jack the cat Scott called him! The boys were very competitive with this one.....but in first place we had Junior! In second place was Bosco, who had one hell of a right foot on him. In third place was Ibra.....although Paul was in goal for this one and so I think there were some allowances made for our cheeky little man. The last game was the races. We ...