Executive Airport Hotel

Address: 4 Kamuli Road, Entebbe, Uganda | Hotel
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This hotel, located on 4 Kamuli Road, Entebbe, is near Entebbe Wildlife Education Centre.
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      Visiting with old (and new friends)

      A travel blog entry by jaynewick on Oct 12, 2014

      4 comments, 9 photos

      ... off at too tender an age. While bicycles would be a good alternative, the families cannot afford them. Furthermore, without a vocational school, there is not much incentive for students to complete secondary school. It is an unfortunate set of circumstances. A query of the Uganda educational board has determined there is no plan to build a secondary school closer to this particular community. We arrived home late, but safe. One always gives thanks for ...

      Health is wealth

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Jul 02, 2014

      10 photos

      ... infection of the bone and considering everything she had been through it wasnt surprising. In Australia if you have osteomyelitis you are one of those 'interesting patients' that the staff gather around to look at the X-rays and give you the sympathetic look of 'geez, glad it's you and not me'. You spend six weeks in hospital on IV antibiotics and if it doesn't heal options include removing the infected bony fragments or amputation of the body part. This scenario is ...

      Active birth workshop for 40!

      A travel blog entry by lovettn on Jun 13, 2014

      3 comments, 4 photos

      ... This led to another impromptu birth standing up and also in the left lateral position. I think we were all exhausted before the rest of the workshops even started. We then had NLS , third stage and waterbirth/ active birth stations and we all revised what we already knew, and learnt new tricks from each other. The afternoon climaxed when a member of staff brought his little 8 month girl Rosie in so we could learn how to do the African baby wraps. She was so sweet but ...

      Out of WiFi Soon

      A travel blog entry by gautierhome on Jun 13, 2014

      ... things were built here-cheaply. We had a long dinner at an outdoor restaurant which was large, open, and comfortable. Great meal of chicken, goat and sausage...really good. Great time getting to know the others in our group. Headed to Fr Izzy's hometown tomorrow--300 kilometers in a van. Long trip but worth it! More later. - ...

      Uganda, here we come..

      A travel blog entry by jacandpito on May 22, 2014

      3 photos

      ... Pito's never ending waves. The large difference here in Eastern Africa to Southern African is that there is no white people. We stick out like a sore thumb and the locals watch you go by sometimes calling 'Muzungu', the term for white person, to you particularly the cute little kids. It's not by any means a derogatory word, just a matter of fact. Couldn't imagine say 'black person' in Australia the way muzungo is thrown around here though.... After a day of hanging out ...