Hotel Le Bougainviller

Address: Plot 1-7, Katazamiti Road, Kampala, Uganda | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Plot 1-7, Katazamiti Road, Kampala, is near Uganda Museum, Kasubi Tombs, Sesse Islands, and Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited.
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    Travel Blogs from Kampala

    Baking and Visits

    A travel blog entry by jamie.baum on Jun 30, 2015

    9 photos

    ... like to be touched but he did seem to like my presence. I really hope that I can go back and get to know him better. He was so sweet. We spent the afternoon helping in a bakery. I'm not an expert in cutting out decorations with cookie cutters. That bakery was like a beehive though! The workers made fun of us for being afraid of the bees and they told us the bees are friendly and do not sting ...

    Day 6 - The children's special treat to the beach!

    A travel blog entry by weightmans on May 08, 2015

    4 comments, 41 photos

    ... took 2 hours! TIA! Not that the children minded, just more fun time for them! All in all, it has been a lovely day. The children don't get to visit many places and so they look forward to our visits so they get to go on days out with us. As ever, each of them thanked us one by one, and so did the staff. Thank you for reading. Tomorrow will be our week 1 groups last day, and tomorrow night....week 2 will arrive. We hope you have enjoyed ...

    Has the journey ended or is it just beginning?

    A travel blog entry by agiusfamily on May 06, 2015

    1 comment

    ... learned how to live without and be happy with just the basics and we have learned how to adapt and work with all types of people and situations. We believe our girls will be so much more richer for having being exposed to so many different cultures and ways of life.
    But for now we are all so excited to return home and catch up with our families and friends and share our experiences with you all.
    See you next week!

    Life in Uganda

    A travel blog entry by lcerbin on Feb 18, 2015

    6 photos

    ... over initially 7 (just like Rome), now 12, hills. It's by far the biggest subsaharan African city we've been. It is amazingly, crazily busy - sidewalks crowded with pedestrians and the streets littered with the dangerous boda bodas (scooters) and cars - all of which have the right of way over pedestrians. Kampala is an eclectic, disparate collection of buildings, with modern neighborhoods next to tin roof slums. It is very tropical and beautiful, minus the hoards of giant 6 ...

    The Quest for Education

    A travel blog entry by palmtreez87 on Feb 13, 2015

    8 photos

    ... they are supposed to be taking care of. There are public schools, but according to John’s father, if you want your children to get a decent education, you need to be pay for them to go to private school, which many people can’t afford.

    The education system in Uganda since the 1960s has had 7 years of primary education, 6 years of secondary education, and then 3-5 years of post-secondary education. More career guidance and counseling ...