Andrieta Beach Hotel

Address: Entebbe, Uganda | Hotel
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This hotel, located in Entebbe, is near Entebbe Wildlife Education Centre.
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    Travel Blogs from Entebbe

    Day 6 - The beach, and more breakdowns!

    A travel blog entry by weightmans on May 15, 2015

    1 comment, 16 photos

    ... some momentum, whilst pumping the clutch! Then he ran out of petrol, and said this was his first customer in 2 days so I didn't think he needed to put any in! So after a petrol stop, he finally got them back to the hostel. Only in Uganda! No one can believe that this is our last full day. The day has gone far too fast. No one is ready to leave at all. But it has been a lovely day and so everyone is happy, and the children are happy ...

    Amazing sights and people

    A travel blog entry by ennyv on Mar 30, 2015

    5 comments, 3 photos

    ... program is every month on another island. The clinic on B is a regular clinic and the patients have to pay for service, not many people are coming. Four baby pigs joined the chickens on my doorstep and I had a baby frog in my cup. Ducks and chickens run around and colorful birds make a lot of noise. There are noisy bats under my roof and large flying black winged things humming as soon as it gets dark.The nature here is something else, the colors of sunset are ...

    Blog 2 - Don't worry, we haven't got Ebola...

    A travel blog entry by iainrach on Oct 11, 2014

    6 photos

    ... there's a scramble for other vehicles to pull out and tear along behind the original vehicle, with the hazard lights on. Cheeky but effective. Bartering is essential here to avoid Mzungu prices. Occasionally locals will suggest outrageous prices, assuming that we've only just got off the plane and have no idea what the going rate is. This week, Iain was negotiating with a Boda Boda (motorbike) driver. The driver asked for 20,000 shillings for a very ...

    Thank you God for this delicious food

    A travel blog entry by amy.dighe on Jul 17, 2014

    1 photo

    ... please forgive her for being so proud but she couldn't eat this it was just too awful. I burst into laughter (and nearly tears) of relief and went and made more chipatis. She started praising God in full flow, that the power had cut at lunch time so she hadn't had to eat it in front of Angela.

    Sooooo funny it was like when the nuns steal the battery out of the germans cars in sound of music....but with fish.


    Holy Bloody Shit, There's a Part IV....

    A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jul 04, 2014

    1 comment, 13 photos

    Holy bloody ****, yep, there's a Part Four. Who would of thought that over our six week period in Uganda there could have been 3 episodes of severe diarrhoea between us. Turns out us First World people were doomed to have a sequence of Third World problems in this Third World country. But on reflection I guess it was all part and parcel of travelling and experiencing the local culture- just a shame we had to get so acquainted with every bacteria, virus or parasite ...