Mweya Hostel

Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda | Hostel
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Travel Blogs from Queen Elizabeth National Park

Visits with the Mamas

A travel blog entry by irenewong on Jul 09, 2014

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Today was all about the Mamas; Adrine, Lorna, Francoise, Martha and Rashida.These amazing women have all been accepted onto the Mama Nguvu ( the Empowered Mother) project, and have developed a business plan to earn money to provide school fees for their children. As we wound our way through the garbage strewn lanes, we were fortunate to visit some of their homes as well as their places ...

Jinja according to Calen

A travel blog entry by irenewong on Jul 05, 2014

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... to the boys, while Anna, Ellen, and Erika presented to the girls. The rest of the gang ran the kids club to keep them all entertained. Dana, Irene and the Madis even performed the David and Goliath story. After the presentation I met the most amazing boy. His name was Medi and we became pretty fast friends. Later on he told me that both of his parents had passed away and that aside from the occasional check up from an aunt, ...

Evening with lions

A travel blog entry by barbara9909 on Jun 16, 2014

43 photos

... vehicle would try and find a good location for photo taking.

At first we saw a lot of impalas and other antelope species in herds eating and roaming about. Then we saw more warthogs and a few water buffaloes. Finally a lone lion was spotted walking along the road. We followed the lion and came upon another safari vehicle parked near a cactus tree. They signaled to our guide that a leopard was in the tree. I thought, cool ...

Kibale to QE National Park

A travel blog entry by dynsarey on Nov 01, 2013

2 comments, 1 photo

... spotted a lioness right close to the road, just right there in front of us, something I didn't expect. So onto the boat we get with a heap of German tourists. I looked up to the top of the hill we had just walked down and the shape of some bushes immediately took my eye and imagination. I immediately thought of Sim and quickly snapped the shot as we pulled away from the jetty. So Sim, I hope you can see the bush polar bear I snapped for you! The Germans all appeared to ...

Uganda and the Gorillas

A travel blog entry by teamjenkins on Oct 19, 2013

6 comments, 11 photos

... patchwork terraced farm land and three volcanoe peaks in the distance on the boarder of Rwanda, Uganda and Congo. In the wet season these roads would be impossible.

We met our guide, Florence, and accompanied by two armed rangers we set off on the hike into the Impenetrable Forrest. This is a world heritage site and visiting the Gorillas is strictly regulated with expensive permits and a maximum of 8 people per Gorilla family, of which there are 13 in Uganda. Trackers ...


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