Protea Hotel Kampala

4 Upper Kololo Terrace, Kampala, 9421, Uganda | Hotel
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Children and youth make the world go around

A travel blog entry by docteach12


Good evening,
It's 8pm here. Yesterday, June 30, we taught most of the day. In the morning, we presented to a group of teachers at the Tropical Primary School. They have mixed age groups all in one room and do not use the word "grades". Primary 1 is ages 4-5, Primary 2 is 8-11. I taught them about reading process and the importance of comprehension. Two new professors from Nebraska joined us for lunch on a dining deck ...

Last day at Wakiso

A travel blog entry by lovettn


... and respected individual. We had access into an area that not many western people see. I have been asked by UMPA to do a final teaching session tomorrow to teach their midwife trainers in the use of the MUMSIE. To teach upright positions for labour among other things. Excited to be teaching this inspirational group of midwives and keen to hear their labour experiences since our last training session. I know a few of them have been brave and got ladies to move, and ...

Another day at work.

A travel blog entry by lovettn

... asked questions about skin to skin. Although they all breast feed without question they do sleep with baby swaddled in 4 blankets covering the face in this heat. Am now sat outside a sleepy labour room under the mango tree. The midwife is in bed as are the other post natal ladies. The labourer is pacing across the field from tree to tree and I have just chased her down with the sonic aid to listen to the FH, while I wait for Bonny the driver to come and collect me and for the weekend to ...

Kampala Craziness!

A travel blog entry by linziprytz


We leave Paraa on the 07:00 ferry and start the 6 hour drive south to Kampala. We plan to stop at Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary on the way to see the Black Rhino, but after the experiences we have had in Uganda and Rwanda with seeing the all the different animals in the wild, we decide we don't want to see them in a sanctuary and will take our chances and hope we see them wild in Tanzania. So we drive direct to Kampala. We are staying at ...

Kampala is one very busy city!

A travel blog entry by denisegerry


... that the long bus ride and lack of food may have had something to do with it because I felt better walking in the crowds the following day.

The 2 ton trucks below us were either being loaded or unloaded. Men hurriedly hauled bags of sugar, etc. on their backs from one truck to another or from a building to a truck. Not a forklift was in sight. Everything was done by hand. This went on for hours into the night until the trucks were loaded to the hilt and ...

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This hotel, located on 4 Upper Kololo Terrace, Kampala, is near Uganda Museum, Kasubi Tombs, Sesse Islands, and Uganda Crafts 2000 Limited.
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