Mbale Resort Hotel
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- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
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Travel Blogs from Mbale
... was so much fun, there were people I could joke with and just be silly with! It was exactly what I needed! Then we came home, and Hannah (the CKC Intern, who also happens to be my roommate) and I have just been laughing and enjoying our time together. There's already been so many funny moments between the two of us. She makes me miss Drea so much! I've only had a couple roommates so far that I've been friends with at the time of our living. And I think Hannah ...
We drive past Mbale, in the shadow of Mount Elgon, and up the dusty winding dirt road of Nabogoya Hill. We pass a simple white building, and I squint to make out the faded letters: Abayudaya Congregation Moses Synagogue. Two stenciled menorahs and a Jewish Star frame the words. An "I <3 Abayudaya" bumper sticker casually clings next to a big blue door. Chickens run around squawking, and although it is still morning, I can smell the charcoal fires burning - rice already being prepared ...
... as I think I can, I will never be able to begin to understand the pain some of these children and people have gone through. Regardless, love comes easy to them. 4.Uganda is home to some of the kindest and most caring people in the world. (With a big exception to the drunk guy who occasionally wants to fight me and act like he's throwing stuff at us as we drive by). 5. Happiness is free. Are you upset today? Should you be? Smiles are ...
... here is just so fun and the people are so friendly! I've had the privilege of getting to know all 30 of these awesome children but I have chose 3 of them to write about to give you a better idea of who I'm working with: Meet Zalina (on the right). This little 9 year old girl giggles more than anyone I have ever met. It seems just about anything can send her into a tizzy fit of laughter. It's contagious really. It seems impossible not to crack a smile, even on the hardest of ...
Hi friends! I am running behind on all my blog posts and will likely be posting them a week behind since we only have access to Internet here once a week. This is the post I wrote our first week in Uganda. Enjoy! Mellembe from Byobo! I have had many of you asking me to update my blog so here's what's been going on here in Uganda: Last Thursday Colton and I flew into Entebbe and had a friend of ours drive us into Kampala, the capital of Uganda. Our plan was to stay there ...