Kampala Sheraton Hotel
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John was invited to do some leadership training in Uganda, so he put Cheryl in charge of the team and accepted the invitation. The invitation came from Ron and Debbie Matheny of Mission Barnabas. The Mathenys split their time between Kenya and the U.S. and while they are in Africa they also head the Clarence Matheny Ministries. Clarence Matheny was …
January 17th, 2014
Left Kisoro to travel to Kabale where we had planned to stay 2 nights before heading back to Kampala. The Brandt Guide says it is a 'pretty town' but we have not discovered it so far. It is a dirty, dusty city with not much to see or do. After walking around today we decided to head to Kampala tomorrow and …
Today there is a huge thunder storm outside. It's quite nice to just chill out in the hotel and watch the rain, I didn't expect the weather in Uganda to be quite like this.
So far we've been spending most of our time in the capital Kampala with our personal tour guide Ibrahim. Ibrahim is one of my mates who stayed with my …
... Then it was back to the rapids. We had three Class 4 and two Class 5 rapids after lunch. We ended with the most notorious rapid on the Jinja section of the Nile: The Nile Special. This rapid, named after Uganda's Jinja-brewed premier beer (or is the beer named after the rapid? I never asked), was a swirling vortex of currents and whirlpools and rapids. We flipped again, right at the beginning, and each of us went flying. I didn't get stuck under the raft this time--I ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsKampala Sheraton Hotel
This is a very nice Sheraton. Good service, great location.
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