Golden Ark Hotel

Plot 74, Gweri Road, Soroti, Uganda | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Plot 74, Gweri Road, Soroti.
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3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
 

Travel Blogs from Soroti

My Maiden Voyage!

A travel blog entry by judigalea on Nov 01, 2009

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... village. They all clamboured around the plane while we were getting sorted. After about 20minutes - we started up the engine and took off! It was all really surreal - both for the villagers - and for myself!

The flight was cool. We flew over Lake Victoria and took a different route back over Lake Nakuru and Lake Naivasha - ...

Incredible People...Incredible Country

A travel blog entry by creyn on May 13, 2007

... standing, holding on to a roll bar on a road that would challenge the shocks of any ATV. It was dirt, and had large rocks, huge trenches, and was at times mearly a foot path. It was incredible to have the wind in our faces racing accross the bush. We dropped the first two chldren off and then stayed with the last family. To put their home into perspective their were three mud-thatched huts with a baren wasteland srrounding it. Each hut was maybe 8 feet tall and a diameter of ...

Soroti...home for 20 days

A travel blog entry by creyn on May 07, 2007

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... well rested, and people are visibly excited to be here. 25 hours in the air is a looong time. It is good to be grounded. We have been through Jinja and Mbale on our way to Soroti. They are both places we will visit again. Jinja is the source of the Nile, and it was a powerful site (white water rafting on the 27th...stay tuned) Mbale is home to Mt. Elgon, a dormant volcanoe that ...

Water Water everywhere

A travel blog entry by mariborkev on Nov 03, 2006

... turn to cook so we settle on a vegetarian sweet and sour and try and get what ingredients we can in the market at Jinja. A few of the group hike the waterfall at Jinja but with the leg still dodgy I opt for an afetrnoon kip and then getting a start made on the dinner. The evening ends with the camp shutting the bar at ten, leaving eight of us looked in and having to scale the roof to ...

Murchison Falls

A travel blog entry by nicoleandfaye on Aug 21, 2006

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... try our luck, and find our way up north by ourselves via public transportation. We first headed north to Lira via matatu. (Matatus are shared minivan taxis which are technically supposed to fit 14 people, but usually contain between 20-24, with some people standing hunched over or sitting on each others laps.) . After Lira, we transferred to two other matatus in two other cities before arriving in a town called Masindi ...

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