Hotel Africana

Address: Plot 2-4 Wampewo Avenue, Kampala, Uganda | Hotel
 
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This hotel, located on Plot 2-4 Wampewo Avenue, Kampala, is near Uganda Museum, Kasubi Tombs, Sesse Islands, and Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited.
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    Travel Blogs from Kampala

    Sometimes days can be hard to predict..

    A travel blog entry by petergregson on May 28, 2015

    Today was one of those days when I woke up and didn't really know what the day was going to bring. I did know that the rest of the team was going off to Nakaseke and I did know that, unusually, I was going to be working on my own today. John Bunjo had invited me to go and run a session for some church leaders this morning but I didn't know what to expect or how the day would turn out. Pastor William came to pick me up about 10.45 and ...

    Watoto Church

    A travel blog entry by ambrosetravel on May 10, 2015

    1 photo

    ... and practice was obvious, parts of Ugandan culture was recognized and respected. The service was in English, the national language of Uganda.

    While we weren’t quite used to the level of hired security surrounding the church, it was interesting to watch the fusion of Western church culture and African church culture – two entities that are usually starkly different. The church we visited last week was an accurate representation of a Sunday morning ...

    Day 1 - off with a bang!

    A travel blog entry by weightmans on May 03, 2015

    7 comments, 29 photos

    ... are usually a wooden shack outside someone's home, selling anything from fruit, sodas, rice, beans, mobile SIM cards, to chicken in a bag....yes, that would be a live chicken in a paper bag you can just walk away with! Children run out from every corner just to wave at us as we pass through. It was a lovely day. When we got to the top of the village to meet our driver, Jill spotted Jajja, our crafts lady with her granddaughter Livius. She was in a terrible ...

    Learning from Mulago

    A travel blog entry by palmtreez87 on Feb 06, 2015

    3 comments, 7 photos

    ... and at home.

    I’ve had many conversations with medical students and residents about the differences between our educational system here and in the United States. In Uganda, after high school if you have “enough points,” you can attend 5 years of university + medical school. Their 4th year medical students seem to be like our 3rd years, and their 5th years are more like our 4th years, although ...

    Coffee and Gorilla Tracking: From Kenya to Uganda

    A travel blog entry by sharonandjim on Nov 08, 2014

    5 comments, 63 photos

    ... None of this seems to matter however, as the locals seem content to sit there sweating, as the bus gets more and more smelly. We have surmised that the reason is because most African women wear wigs. They dislike their naturally curly hair and prefer to have straight short hair, in an attempt to look more modern. So, even in the poorest areas of Africa, people are still preoccupied with their image and put that ahead of comfort!! Finally, the bus rolled into Nairobi ...