Soroti Hotel

Box 397, Soroti, Uganda | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Box 397, Soroti.
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    Travel Blogs from Soroti

    My Maiden Voyage!

    A travel blog entry by judigalea on Nov 01, 2009

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    So I have now been on my maiden voyage!! I went to Uganda!!

    Luckily, for my first mission, I was sent to collect a young Swiss girl with malaria. It sounded as though she was really quite sick before, but was getting better by the time we arrived. Thank goodness!

    We landed on this grassy airstrip - with the attention of ...

    Incredible People...Incredible Country

    A travel blog entry by creyn on May 13, 2007

    Hello Friends and Family! It has been a few days since I was able to send you all an update, but I am doing incredibly well and I am absolutely loving this country and the people who live here. Over the past week or so we have been very busy! I had a humbling experience that will go down as a "completely African" day. Myself and two of my team members took three children from the orphanage to visit their families deep in the bush of Central Uganda. We rode in the back of a pick ...

    Soroti...home for 20 days

    A travel blog entry by creyn on May 07, 2007

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    Hello everyone, This is the last of this series of entries. We have found our way to the YWAM base here in Soroti, and it is great. The people are beautiful, and very happy. Today we are having an orientation to set up our plan for the next few weeks. We have had incredible hospitality and the city is great. There are very few vehicles and most people just use bicycles. The team ...

    Water Water everywhere

    A travel blog entry by mariborkev on Nov 03, 2006

    We push on from Jinja this morning and head towards Sipi falls which is a famous waterfall close to the Kenyan border. We reach there in the early afternoon after a stop in Jinja to food shop. As we are out of campsites for the next few days and in the wilderness there is no meat to be had and so we have to raid the market for a assortment of veggies to see us through the next few days. It is ...

    Murchison Falls

    A travel blog entry by nicoleandfaye on Aug 21, 2006

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    ... and saying good-bye....I don't think it has really hit us yet that we will be returning back to the US soon. On Thursday morning, we started our adventure to Murchinson Falls. Since Ugandans don't travel to Murchinson, there is no direct public transportation available to the area and most tourists head up there in travel groups. As all the tour operators turned out to be extremely overpriced, we decided to pack up all ...