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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Room service
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TravelPod Member ReviewsCassia Lodge Kampala
A comfortable business hotel with fantastic views over Lake Victoria and Kampala.
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My first week at Mulago hospital I spent working on Jellife C, the pediatric pulmonary ward. There isn't really a "general pediatrics" ward at Mulago – when patients are first triaged at the acute care center (pediatric emergency department), they are admitted to whatever ward seems to be most appropriate given their presenting symptom. Lots of things can present with cough or shortness of breath, and at the time of triage you still may not have a clear picture ...
... any because it is finger licking good!” Internet can be a struggle here and electricity goes out a lot but the bathrooms have their own little tanks that hold a lot of hot water. Speaking of hot water I have never felt water come out of faucets as hot as it does in this house. You have to be careful but helps in washing the dishes as you need to be water careful here. We drank water from a water cooler or bought bottles the whole time ...
... could suck it up for short drives, but there has been tonnes of driving so far. Anyway, that day we started making our way to Kalinzu forest reserve. We stopped at the equator along the way. Here they had these 3 basins - 2 on either side of the equator and one right on the equator. They would pour water into each and the two on either side of the equator would go in opposite directions and the one on the equator would go straight down. This made me think of a Simpsons episode ...
... 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 ...
... on break for the entire month we were in Uganda. This made visiting the school a bit boring, but still fun to see. The clinic proved to be exciting when a swarm of thousands of ants were discovered in the lab. Thankfully the neighborhood kids were good at stomping. Mark and I bought some de-worming pills (most volunteers in Uganda take them as a precaution every 3 months), as 9 months in the developing world is very likely to have given us something. Mark also took time ...