Andrieta Beach Hotel

Entebbe, Uganda | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Entebbe, is near Entebbe Wildlife Education Centre.
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    Are you sure?

    A travel blog entry by amy.dighe on Jul 16, 2014

    Boda boda rides survived: 1 (sorry @adriandighe- it is the only way home from the market!)
    Unidentified foods eaten: 3

    Its coming to the end of my 3rd day in Entebbe. Still feeling like I don't know what the hell is going on but everyone is being very kind to the strange muzungu who thinks the monkeys are cute and has never eaten goat. The few things I say that aren't questions usually get the ...

    Back to work down a dirt track.

    A travel blog entry by lovettn on Jun 16, 2014

    1 comment, 4 photos

    ... birth. Bonnie had been invited into the tea room and was asking why this was not possible in Gertrude's clinic. We did have to remind him that there was a small issue about the availability of any water in the clinic and that would be lots of trips to the well to fill the pool. Once we started talking labour, he made his excuses and event back to the car. I think he may be the most patient man ever. Gertrude then brought her ladies in for their examination, and ...

    Uganda, here we come..

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on May 22, 2014

    3 photos

    ... to see, whilst the School for Life was commenced by some of Katrina and Scotty friends back in 2008 after seeing the dire need for educational services in rural Uganda and now caters for 220 primary school children. After arriving late in Entebbe, the capital of Uganda prior to Kampala, we awoke the next morning to see Uganda for the first time. Upon drawing back the mosquito nets and curtains our first image was lush green plants, red silica soil, and the most adorable ...

    Come, Let's Dance

    A travel blog entry by hasemeyer on May 17, 2014

    16 photos

    ... things from their craft shop...while Mark fixed their solar power. The 'Double Portion Farm" is centered around a revolutionary way of farming called 'Farming God's Way'. This method is easy and beneficial for local farmers, as it is expected to produce 14x regular yield within seven seasons (Uganda is the only place where they can get 2 seasons per year). It also calls for work to be done by hand (not with expensive machinery), for utilizing pulled weeds and compost as ...

    Yes I want to see a shoebill stork!

    A travel blog entry by saminkaz on Jan 02, 2014

    12 photos

    ... a private shoebill tour to be picked up immediately which I refused. I was finally contacted by the tour agency arranging the tour and told I was not expected until the following day. They arranged for me to be picked up at noon and to be out at the Mubamba Swamp by 1pm.

    I was left with no option and thinking I was wasting a precious $150 to try and see a shoebill. Knowing we would be out at the swamp by around 1pm I had no illusion as to what the heat of the day would offer ...