Shangri-La Hotel Uganda Ltd.
- Continental Breakfast
- Airport Transportation
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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... cows are very bony. They both feed off of the grass around where they are tied up to. There are basically no street signs and areas have names so when we are driving Judy will tell Vincent the area rather than a direction or street name. It rains almost everyday here and for the most part it is just enough to dampen the earth and keep everything moist and lush. Our plans for the next day was to go to a hotel located on Lake Victoria but ...
... are too poorly to come to the clinic. They also contribute to sustainability and they generate income by providing teaching for medical students and they run various courses for other health care providers around Africa. Rach has been involved with seeing patients in the clinic (the ones who speak some English!) and accompanying teams on the home visits. The staff seem really friendly and engaged. Oh, and they provide free lunch for ...
... local, chunky beer and tested out the local gin and made some friendship bracelets (grade 8 anyone?)At night the usual suspects stayed up with an additional member - our guide Kip who is a beauty. The bar at our resort closed so we recruited a police man with an AK-47 to escort us to the nearest bar (moms reading this - we were perfectly safe). On our way, Steven stopped by a toilet and when he came out he had a fair size jumping spider on his sweater. Shauna managed ...
... this afternoon, there was an emergency box, fully equipped and ready to be taken to the bedside in an emergency. We devised a cleaning schedule and the midwives were keen to see how this will work and I will continue the teach NLS to staff so that they can teach each other once I have left. This evening, we said goodbye to Emma who is now on her way home. We will miss her energy and smiles and it was hard to say goodbye. Mary ...
... about 19-kilometers away through the bustling capital city of Kampala. By the time we got there it was after 2am but there were still many people on the streets and I felt intimidated. I was glad I wasn't traveling alone. The sparse light from houses undulated and I could tell this was a hilly region but I was eager to see if the shotty architecture and construction that I watched outside ...