Imperial Royale Hotel
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... did see animals in trees and our guide did break the rules and get us closer than he should have and we all got some fine photos, better than anything we had during the whole game drive
About lunch time we stopped off to eat our sandwich we had made earlier, mine was pretty battered, but it went down fine, the monkeys came calling, they came up empty this time with me, so I bought a packet of biscuits and shared them with the monkeys, much to my guides disdain, there ...
... and like working with each other. Today we have a breakfast meeting with John and Sarah before leaving for the airport at 10. We have allowed 4 hours to get to the airport at Entebbe but with the traffic you just never know. One of the disadvantages of coming back via Dubai is that we have 4 hours connection time there n the middle of the night but at least it will give us plenty of time for ...
... a bit of attention at times. We arrived at the village and there were a few scrapes underneath! Linda, Jill, Hayley and Fiona opted to walk to the orphanage instead. When we arrived, the kids were all really excited that their Daddy Paul had arrived! So after our usual greeting from the children, the group started to prep the kitchen and bathroom ready for painting. Hayley, Jill and Beth started to sort the care packages out. So Fiona runs in and says a whole load of stuff ...
... but more on that as it progresses.
We have learned so much whilst living in Uganda. Life here is not easy by any means, just the day to day things like driving to the shop or to work has its challenges and not to mention the poverty that you face every single day can take a toll on you. This place wears you out both physically and mentally but we as a family are committed to take the good with the bad and be true to the calling, so we push on. ...
... in the shops around the area and took the typical equator photos before getting back on the bus and driving to Kampala. We arrived at the Red a Chilli where we were setting up camp around 6:00pm. Once Sarah and I had set up our tent we went to the pool for a swim. I still had some muscular pain but nothing compared to before. I only stayed in the pool for about half an hour before heading to the bathrooms to have a cold shower and ...