Kampala Sheraton Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Free parking
- Pets allowed
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLilland Hotel Tau
This is a very nice Sheraton. Good service, great location.
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Travel Blogs from Kampala
... and phoning the Eldoret programme co-ordinator Papa K. Many, many minutes had passed and worse case scenarios starting to become a reality. Rebecca turned up out of the Nairobi haze, with luggage and passports in tow. I went to check-in a suitcase that I'm planning on leaving at the airport whilst I go travelling with GAdventures. A local police officer offered his services to help me leave my suitcase at the airport. Shortly before returning me to the correct terminal he began ...
We went to the general session of Stake Conference today and met so many members. I loved seeing all the children running around. There were also a ton of elders there. I think half of the people there were missionaries. In all there were probably 200 people there or something like that and about half of them were missionaries. It was fun to talk to people about BYU and Utah. The people are all so polite and they asked if we enjoyed the conference. They are ...
... even though us Muzungus are really hot! So we went inside, and it wasn't long before everyone had a baby in their hand. Remmie (who runs it) proceeded to tell us all how she got involved and so on. Remmie was a HIV counsellor, which in Uganda is considered a very good job, for which she was well paid for. Remmie just couldn't see these poor children living the way they were and then go home at night and sleep soundly. Some of the children ended up staying with her, but ...
What a hectic month its been winding up certain programs that we have been running in the lead up to our return to Australia on May 10th. We had a our "Shine Girl graduation" last week, with fourteen amazing young ladies who have been encouraged, believed in and told that they are valued and priceless. Definitely the most rewarding thing l have done and cant wait to continue this program when we return....Yes we are ...
... for the 4,000 top performing students in the country (based on an academic performance point system). The government does not provide need-based support. Studies suggest that 60-80% of the students entering universities are from privileged families, many of whom can afford to pay for some of their education requirements. Those students attended competitive nursery, primary, and secondary schools mostly around Kampala. Children from poor families do not easily ...