Jinja Nile Resort
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsJinja Nile Resort
Very nice resort for overlanders. Campsite for private campers not so nice as you have to camp in the parking area between overlanders and it is noisy especially when they start their trucks very early in the morning to warm up. Facilities are good, with restaurant and free Wi-Fi.
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... vegetables, fresh meat and plastics. Then nearest the road are those who are just scraping a living selling the surplus from their garden plots, a handful of tomatoes, a few root vegetables. Sitting in the dust hoping of garner a few shillings..it is just heart breaking. We will be returning to Kampala on a week or so. A great campsite looking forward to coming back and enjoying the swimming pool! Then the long drive west to Kbale and Lake ...
Today we started back towards Kenya and the end of our big adventure. Along the way we drop off the two couples we picked up in Kampala, Eric and Karry-Ann and Lamoretta and Kevin, and continue on our way back to Jinja and the Eden Rock Resort.
From what we've seen ...
... locals looking astonished. We entered the next adjacent rapid, we once again plummeted; this time deeper. It felt like we were scraping the bottom of the Nile, being shot back out as quick as we had plummeted down. The raft feeling uneasy now. Heading vertically, higher and higher above the rapid like an Apollo spaceship taking off. The raft began to tip back on itself, sending everyone in the raft in a slow motion back spin as the Nile swallowed us up whole ...
... because they're the scariest thing ever -Fetching water at the borehole because you need to have muscles to successfully do it and I lack those. I have flipped the bike twice. -The same food every day for breakfast and then the same 6 dishes mismatched for lunch and dinner everyday (especially no more rice) -bucket showers because plumbing makes life so much easier -roosters in the morning -tucking in a mosquito net every night and morning -living amongst ...
... Africa. I'm very happy that the girls are both doing so much better and hopefully will be feeling 100% this week!! Health day- Health day was the biggest event of the summer for our health team! We collaborated with medical personnel from St. Mary's and were able to test 128 people for HIV and 213 for Malaria! We had a great turn out! We also had a drama group come in and perform about HIV and our team did a short sensitization covering prevention, transmission, and ...