Mbale Resort Hotel
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- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
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Travel Blogs from Mbale
... summit and the pool and climbed higher towards the ridge wall overlooking the vast caldera which was half in the Ugandan side and half in the Kenyan side, the scenery became quite spectacular. The Caldera is the second largest plane in the world after the Serengeti. There is hardly any vegetation around, except a few palm looking trees called the rubberier and a small plant locally known as the Muzungu’s hair– and it really feels like hair when you touch ...
... than the one in Kenya. I think it has something to do with the way they cook it and the maize flour. We had posho with beans. My brother’s stomach is feeling rather heavy from the beans. The beans are much harder than the ones we are used to eating.
We saw one chameleon today, I am still amazed how easily you can see the colour change. I am going to go and wonder around a little bit more to take some more ...
... and the amount of time you have available. I say fitness, more for reasons of how much you can cram into one day. We decided to go for the 4 day hike option via the Sasa trail. Initially I wanted to do it in three days, but I am glad we didn't! We headed back to the hotel, had pizza for dinner and arranged for a driver to take us to the Bodadiri which is where the main office is located in order to register for the hike.
The morning of ...
... excited and educated that even though I don't want to leave Uganda, I can't wait to get home. Seeing for myself how The Hunger Project are changing lives, one community and one person at a time is life changing. They're inching towards ending hunger and I've seen it with my own eyes. It's a massive job but poverty has been halved in the last 20 years and can be ended in our generation. I'm excited to keep helping, one Christine at a ...
... their own image. I found safety and solace in helping make them smile, if only for a moment. Amidst this devastation, the lady who owned the house proudly showed us her 2 bedroom house. She also showed us what it used to be, which was just a 1 room shack. The dark house sleeps all her 7 children and herself. Through some training programs with The Hunger Project she managed to get a small loan and buy the tools she needed to make necklaces to sell. ...