Hotel Equatoria

Kampala, Uganda | Hotel
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Rainy Monday morning

A travel blog entry by lovettn


... on my new found drive for normality, so with a newly inflated birthing ball, Alison and I set off to Wakiso, leaving pat behind to finalise her lectures and course material. The rain was torrential and the lovely road outside the UPMA building became a red river of mud. Bonnie had to put the car into 4 wheel drive to leave the complex and we hung on with eyes shut while he negotiated the river. When we reached Wakiso, we were greeted by Sister Betty who ...

Day 1 Kampala

A travel blog entry by mikewall


... Times ticking and still no bag, start getting anxious now. Yay there it is, phew. If it wasn't loaded it would have been on the next flight so quite a while! Outside there's the usual hustle and bustle of transfers and we spot our guy. We head to his 4x4, hop in and set off. He starts asking how we are doing, first time here and what we're doing whilst we are here. Having been on a plane we just answered and stared out the window. Felt guilty but wasn't in the mood for ...

Day 5 - On your marks, get set....GO!!!

A travel blog entry by weightmans


... though is a must for everyone now! A group of local boys were very excited when they saw Megan, they offered us 10 cows for her. An offer we couldn't refuse surely! Luckily they were just joking with us. The walk down to the orphanage was treacherous to say the least! We were all slipping and sliding with our arms out for balance and sound effects to match. The kids in the village found us highly amusing! One of our Ugandan friends who walked down with us didn't slip at ...

Day 1: No Power, No Problem

A travel blog entry by


... design itself. With the participants ranging from first-year university students to individuals involved in their own startups with published apps, I was treated to a very enjoyable and rich conversation.

Despite the difficulties with the power, I was very happy with how the day went and I'm really looking forward to working with these individuals for the rest of this week! The ride home was a lot less satisfying though. In the ...

Tech in Uganda, the redux: Part II - Buying Local

A travel blog entry by andrewwardell

... reasonably-priced. A model with 4G LTE will set you back around $111NZ (or $100US) and 3G models are exponentially cheaper at around $40NZ. Of all the cell providers over here I pick Orange for Internet. They have decent urban coverage and still manage HSPA where others do not. At the very least they have EGDE coverage throughout the vast majority of the country so you road warriors can at least call people to let them know you're coming. When you buy a SIM card ...


This hotel, located in Kampala, is near Uganda Museum, Kasubi Tombs, Sesse Islands, and Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited.
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2.50 of 5 stars Fair

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