Mbale Resort Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- High-speed internet in room (free)
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... struggled for almost a hundred years to preserve its unique identity, and now thrives, despite decades of persecution and isolation.
During British colonization, Semei Kakungulu, a competent Ugandan warrior and hunter, became the liaison between the British and the locals in eastern Uganda. He hoped that he would be rewarded for his services by being named King of eastern Uganda. He gained a lot of status and followers from his political position, and by 1902 he controlled ...
... at it so wrong. God has a plan for both of us here. We make up for each other's weaknesses and compliment each other's strengths. We are closer than ever but it's not about what this trip can do for our relationship, it's about what it can do for God's glory. 10. The people who helped us get to the point where I can even write this post are amazing. The prayers and support we have received on this trip have been amazing. God put you ...
... children at the orphanage. While some of the children were shy around us mzungu's (white people) when we first arrived, Masolo showed no restraint when it came to wanting to be our friend and didn't waste any time getting to know us. Aside from his outgoing nature, the thing I love most about Masolo are all the silly stories I have of him. It's never anything totally outrageous but I feel like I catch him doing just ridiculous little things throughout the day that I can't help ...
... had a really good time in Kampala. The locals their call us mzungu (meaning white person) and we are treated like celebrities. It seemed like everyone wanted us to stop to talk to them and shake our hands. Our new friend Joel whom Colton met the last time he was in Uganda, cleared he's schedule to show us around the city which was a complete life saver for us since we showed up with no plans and no knowledge of the social codes and city laws. He took us to a place ...
... 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 ...