Hotel Le Bougainviller
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
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... She would not budge and let her come in the wrong way which would have caused us an issue to get out. Finally the gaurd came over and made the other lady move. There are gaurds everywhere at stores and more modern areas. Everybody sweeps all the time here and the brooms are home made from twigs. You can hear the brooms early in the morning along with the Mosque and roosters! These are sounds we never hear at home. There is also a local ...
Some of us were out of bed earlier than others and we are once again playing catch up. Randy and Judy's home is absolutely beautiful, welcoming and comfortable. There is quite enough room for everybody to be comfortable. Ryan and Vanessa have a little suite that is attached to the house but has a private entrance. I have a room on ...
... Costumes were absolutely gorgeous, colorful and flamboyant. We enjoyed an African meal and participated in an audience dance where we shook our hips with a huge powder puff on our backside. We looked like cool twenty somethings but tomorrow our bodies will remind us that we're 60 +...What a fun way to end our time in Uganda--moving and grooving to African sights and sounds.
... to help another young woman use the ball to bring the baby down. I am amazed at the attitude and determination of ladies in Uganda. They approach labour knowing it is inevitable and just retreat into themselves. They have great reserves of strength and determination, and when labour happens they accept pain, adapt to it and use the pain accordingly. I have not been asked for pain relief once ( because there isn't any). And have never heard a ...
... His knowledge of childbirth and breast feeding was extensive and em could all learn valuable health promotion messages from his style of leadership. He then arranged a tour of the mosque and we climbed the minaret to get a fabulous overviews of the city with its slums and office blocks. We were invited into the school of midwifery where we were proudly shown the accommodation, clinical skills labs and were even invited into a lesson! Alison and I sat in the back row of ...