Mweya Hostel

Address: Queen Elizabeth National Park, Uganda | Hostel
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This hostel is located in Queen Elizabeth National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Queen Elizabeth National Park

      Day 13 Uganda

      A travel blog entry by blanche.lea on Oct 13, 2014

      31 photos

      ... bathroom behind a building. Door #1 was a urinal that was all tiled nicely, door #2 was a normal looking outhouse and door #3 was a hole in the ground. Why would a men’s urinal rate to have tile and be the nicest of them all! On the way home we also stopped to buy some pineapple roadside. I can’t even explain how good pineapple and bananas are here. You are almost taking your life in your hands when stopping at a roadside ...

      A new mama!!

      A travel blog entry by irenewong on Jul 17, 2014

      1 photo

      ... an askari, an armed security guard. This plastic paradise was a shiny, air conditioned room, filled with colourful chairs, tables, clothes hangers, and teapots (Calen felt the chemicals drifting through the air). She chose 12 blue chairs and a beige table. With smiles on our faces, we strapped them to the top of the van and made our way back to her restaurant. She was very thankful. As she loaded her new things into her stall, ...

      Back to Kuwuliriza

      A travel blog entry by irenewong on Jul 08, 2014

      1 comment, 4 photos

      ... cool seeing this 16 year old boy playing goal wearing Roman's jersey!! I also got a picture of Josef wearing Danielle's jersey. The other kids kept asking us to take their pictures. We left the school around lunch time and just in time for the rain storm to arrive. Erika took us to Trudy's for lunch and we had food and sauce (luwambo). After, we went to a super market to grab some breakfast foods and then we returned home. It was a hot and sweaty ...

      Rhino trekking to see the giants

      A travel blog entry by barbara9909 on Jun 26, 2014

      59 photos

      ... out with rhino spotting (counting rhinos each day), fence patrols at night and other activities.

      Ziwa also offers nature hikes and shoebill bird tours on the river and marshes within their park. I didn't know about the shoebill tour or would have gone. I thought Ziwa was a pleasant and relaxing area to spend one to two nights and do a few rhino walks and a shoebill tour. I would return and consider volunteering ...

      Day 20 - Queen Elizabeth National Park Safari

      A travel blog entry by robandlinds on Jan 30, 2014

      22 photos

      ... safari and took us directly to or evening game drive. The goal was simple, more lions. We drove back to the spot where we saw the lone male and spotted a kob that appeared to be under distress. It's ears were up and it kept sprinting away. Both my mom and our driver agreed that something was stressing this kob out. Francis took the land rover off road (which can be be a $150 fine if caught) to see if we could find what was bothering the kob.