Kampala Sheraton Hotel
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Room service
- Swimming pool
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKampala Sheraton Hotel
This is a very nice Sheraton. Good service, great location.
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Travel Blogs from Kampala
... would be frightened to death. Everybody grows maize here and there are garden plots everywhere you look. The earth is red everywhere and bricks are made from it. The mud huts we saw seem undestructable even though they are made from mud. Power goes a lot and internet can be challenging at times. We have not watched a telivision since we left home. Minute maid juice is very thick here and I mix it with water or lots of ice. Prossie is ...
... all the time and come running to say hello. They love having their pictures taken and love looking at them on the camera. It had rained all morning so walking in the red clay dirt was a bit of a challenge. People grow all kinds of vegetables and some have goats and chickens on their little plot of land. They hoe the earth with ...
... midwives turned up for the lively discussion and have clearly learnt a lot about research and how it can inform our practice. Alison is rightly very proud of this collaboration and the UMPA seem thrilled as well. To celebrate, we went to a fancy restaurant this evening. We sat in the beautiful manicured gardens in the heart of the heaving city, and it felt like we were a million miles away from Kampala. Dinner was beautifully cooked and ...
Arrived in Uganda into a warm and humid airport where we were very British and politely stood in a queue for passport control only to realise that no one else was and we were suddenly the last ones through customs. W did use this time wisely and covered ourselves in deet while waiting. We're met by the lovely Andrew, welcomed to the county and driven to our hotel. I was excited about getting to bed as I had been travelling since 3am. However, the local cockerel had other ...
... Many people rafting that day seemed to come in groups and rafted with their friends, but our raft was made up of people that either came alone or only knew one other person. As a result, we had representation from Belgium, England, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Uganda and USA, and were known as the International Raft. We also quickly got a reputation as the rescue raft, as we went over most of the rapids first, then paddled back to collect the rafters that had gone after us ...