Protea Hotel Kampala
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
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We got to the gate at 6:30ish and then it was off, first thing we saw was vervet monkeys and baboons, then it was just drive and stop, take photos, move on
We saw the same animals we had seen in the crater and the Serengeti, so it was a pretty mundane day until we saw a herd of rhinos, but they were quite a long way off, right at the limit of my zoom, I took a few shots, but they aren’t too good
It was quite warm (hot actually) ...
Today is our last day in Uganda. Last night Juliet, Andrea and Geoffrey had a very productive meeting to ensure that there would be a good follow up for individual children we have seen. Geoffrey has been a great friend and good companion to us. He knows how things get done in Uganda and he is vey wise. Our trip would have been much less enjoyable and productive without him. He and Ibra know each ...
... off we all went to the orphanage. We were worried about the drive. Muddy roads, rain, and a heavy van is not a good combinations! Many a time our volunteers have had to get out and push. Paul had already had to swap the van for a 4 wheel drive this morning cause we just couldn't get through the mud. Along the way, we picked up some red paint for the bottom of the walls to cover where we have filled the holes. We had a few funny stares, a bus full of Muzungus does ...
... to start building the next block of classrooms at the school in Abim. We are so excited to be a part of this project as a lot of the government schools in Abim have been closed due to lack of funds, so this school is in huge demand! At the moment we have 2 school blocks with classes running from grade 1-4. The new block will cater for grades 5-7 to make primary school complete. We are also currently looking at planting a church in Abim which is ...
... towel as I had a fever and a bag of ice. I felt so doped up and had so much trouble breathing. I had to curl up into a ball and hold my chest really tightly just to reduce the pain enough for me to stay conscious. Eventually after an hour the pain eased and I was able to nap. We stopped just before the equator to have lunch and I was able to walk properly without too much pain and I ate pasta with cheese, tomato sauce and avocado. ...