Jinja Nile Resort
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- 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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Today is International Orphan Sunday. Around the world, in more than 55 countries, churches have raised their voices to bring awareness to the 150+ million orphans that exist in our societies. It is a problem that only the Church can solve, so we collectively raised our voices today, including those at Divine Love Church in Wanyange, Jinja District, Uganda.
The service centered around God's love ...
... identified as candidates for resettlement, as well as for the staff here. Pray that the children will know that the love and compassion that the FDLM staff has for these children extends well beyond this base. Pray that the staff will be diligent in standing for the rights of the children, especially when challenged by outside forces that do not always consider the spiritual aspects of the children; pray that the staff will be united and work together effectively to this end.
Only blogging this day because I don't want to ruin our impeccable record. Today we spent trucking, from early in the morning until the evening. We were heading from Kabale back to Jinja where we are spending three nights. Not lots to report, lots of sleeping, lovely scenery and wildlife. The campsite is pretty sweet, hot showers, wifi, plug sockets and it's on the Nile and is seriously pretty. In ...
... of scenery from open farm lands of corn and sugar cane and villages. Around Midday we crossed over the Ugandan border which consisted of nothing more then a dirt road over a river with two sets of immigration offices on either side. Uganda is much more sparsely populated then the Kenyan side with few large villages next to the road, it tended to mainly be small farm house with a patch of land. After this we hit a ...
... like boys, I really had to stop myself saying 'him' when I first arrived, rather like at the school in Kabale where I'd often have to look and see if they were wearing a dress or shorts! So the time has come to leave and I was so sad to say goodbye to them all. But time moves on and I am so excited about the coming 7 weeks of travel! Watch this space if you want to be jealous of all the safaris and other fun things I'll be doing, white water rafting on Thursday which is frankly a very scary ...